Los Maestros del Diseño Pequeño Espacio
While perusing the inter-webs the other day we came across several cool little apartments. After checking out their specs, we noticed that they had a common trait: they were all designed by the Spain’s Beriot, Bernardini Arquitectos.
We’ve looked at BBA’s work before with their cool loft that incorporated most of the space’s utilities along a built-in structure lining one side of the apartment. This design seems to be a trademark of the company; several of their apartments have a sorta loft-tower that houses the bed on top, storage all around and sometimes the kitchen and and bathroom as well. The results are gorgeous and belie the often tiny sizes of the spaces BBA is working with (often between 300 and 400 sq ft, though they have a number of larger projects as well).
Given that most of the pictures are of unfurnished spaces, we do wonder how some of these apartments live. Do people put much furniture in them? (We’d keep em pretty bare) Are people living in them full-time? What were the budget constraints? Regardless of the answers, we appreciate BBA’s talent for making the most of small space. See more on their website.
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