At just 312-square-feet, an apartment in Wroclaw, Poland contains a kitchen, living room, bedroom, office, and plenty of storage space. How is this all possible? Polish architects at 3XA uses waterboard and creative organization to make use of every cranny in this tiny home.
The standout design of the tiny home renovation was building a bedroom loft above the bathroom and an entry hall that is lined with storage units. As Curbed.com writes:
"Built out of waferboard, the loft offers fresh visual texture that contrasts with the painted brick and nineteenth-century ceiling detail of the original space. The wood-flake stairs leading up to the sleeping area also double as a bookcase and offer additional storage.”
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