Natural materials were used such as natural slate floor tiles, oak trusses and glazed gable end, and granite stones for the external walls.
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Flinders Lane Apartment located in an 100-year old heritage-listed building in Melbourne, Australia, this 75 square meter (807 square foot) small two-bedroom apartment design maximizes the functionality of its tiny space.
The James Spicer Memorial Church Hall School in Chingford in North-East London, England was originally built in 1890. After years of declining attendances, the Grade II listed Gothic building was sold to a builder in 2004 who architecturally converted the Victorian church into a residential home. In 2013, the property changed hands again and was sold to Brazilian interior designer Gianna Camilotti who gave the interior space a makeover and turned it into a 21st Century modern family home.
A tiny 240 square foot brownstone studio apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side was renovated by architect Tim Seggerman. Inspired by mid-century furniture designer George Nakashima, a variety of woods including cypress and bamboo for the cabinets, ash and beech for the staircase, and quartered white oak for the floors were used.
Stylish bunk bed designs can be elegant, functional or playful, providing bedrooms with unique personalities.