This is a pretty neat loft style apartment where the owner asked his designer to build him the ultimate “bachelor pad” in a small loft space. There is a ton of reclaimed lumber and other materials that was integrated into the space for charm. The loft took advantage of the tall ceilings and you’ll notice on the upper levels they used a lot of glass to not close off anything. While it isn’t tiny, it is a small apartment for sure. Here is what came of it.
Harbour Attic is an apartment located in the charming fishing village of Camogli, in the province of Genoa, Italy. With a main bedroom and then a multifunctional space that has a hidden bed in the floor, this place can sleep quite a few people in it.
“The house is located in the old fishermen village of Camogli. The project aim was to build two bedrooms, a studio, a living room, a kitchen and a bathroom, despite the gambrel roof and the very small floor surface. That led to a custom-cut apartment, where each room is a furniture: after you have used it, you can close it.”
This 150 square foot student’s apartment was built in the attic. I don’t have too much information on this one because the architect, Sylvie Cahen doesn’t have too much on her website, plus I am terrible at French. The apartment was commissioned by a student and the house fits her quite well. Though the apartment wouldn’t be good for anyone over 6 feet, it looks quite open for being so small.