ultifunctional and convertible, the mini-apartments and studios we’ve chosen from 2017 are really clever and beautiful!
Let’s take another look at the Milanese pied-à-terre with only 13sqm of floor space, inspired by a boat cabin, or the 25 sqm studio apartment in the centre of Taormina, where thanks to a raised bed lifted by a hoist the architect Renato Arrigo is able to spend his holidays here with his wife and two teenage daughters. And then, convertible spaces with moving walls and retractable beds and tables, and those with high ceilings in which mezzanine floors made from storage cupboards use every available inch.
From 13 to 36 sqm, these projects have been a great source of inspiration for decorating tiny spaces, whether it’s a pied-à-terre in the city or a seaside flat. Our gallery has the 9 most exciting projects of 2017.
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