Small Attic Loft Apartment In Prague

The design of this modern loft conversion located in Prague, Czech Republic uses natural materials such as stone, brick and wood to enhance the flat and angular surfaces. Designed by architect Dalibor Hlavacek, the two-storey attic loft makes good use of limited floor space.

The living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom are on the lower floor. The upper gallery, accessible via staircase and a steel footbridge, creates an intimate space for the study, which can also be used as a second bedroom.


Via: ArchDaily



  1. Adam Wolfson says

    Donielle, although unhomey would work in this situation there's nothing wrong with the use of unhomely. Unhomeliness means a lack of intimacy and warmth which could definitely be a valid observation about this apartment.

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