Never Too Small • 7m 2s
Located in a picturesque 1940’s building in the lively neighbourhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires, this bright and elegant mezzanine apartment was previously a small dark office space. By moving the kitchen, guest toilet and staircase to one side of the apartment, Architect Carol Burton created a fluid and open space drawing the eye to the only light source in the apartment. The multifunctional staircase built from one piece of folded metal houses the fridge, pantry and additional storage, whilst a metal balustrade in the bedroom creates privacy from the street. Floor to ceiling terrazzo and a floating sink make for a surprisingly spacious main bathroom."
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