Working with this smaller space, with visual clarity achieved in an area where every centimeter mattered, was a challenge we welcomed.
We focused on fitting all the storage areas into built-in furniture, integrated in a way that made it sometimes next to invisible. This created a more spacious, less visually cluttered space with only the key elements remaining in sight.
The visual border between the bedroom and bathroom was intentionally erased with the help of a glass partition, so the space was seen as a whole. The large windows played a key role in the interior, filling it with air. The more flexible jambs added to this effect, making the air softly slide in.
We feel we managed to achieve the minimalism and spaciousness we were looking for, and thanks to the soft hues in wooden elements, the interior acquired not only functionality, but also home-like coziness.