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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Mini-Loft in Prague – Czech Republic

Mini-Loft in Prague – Czech Republic
via ArchDaily
pictures Filip Slapal

Why minimalism is so fashionable nowadays? Because space is luxury. The fewer furniture and interior decoration an apartment has the more spacious it is. Architect Dalibor Hlavacek was very aware of this fact and used only high quality, natural materials as decoration in this mini-loft in the Czech capitol. The apartment is located in Bubeneč Prague district in a corner apartment house built in the thirties. The duplex apartment is spanned with an open gallery that gives space to the study; while the living room and kitchen are two-story, the bedroom, bathroom and toilet are taking place on the second floor.



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