Never Too Small • Documentary
Once a cramped, dark and fragmented space, this tiny 42sqm apartment in Buenos Aires was extensively re-designed by the talented team at Fallone. Unifying the separate kitchen, laundry and living room into one larger space and enlarging the only existing window to its maximum extent, creating a brighter, more spacious living space. The addition of a floor-ceiling storage unit with a built-in fold out bed and a central multi-purpose counter height table; maximises functionality for day to day use. Every finish and material has been meticulously chosen to create a simple aesthetic with a sense of continuity and warmth.
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