Architect Sergi Pons placed a white minimalist cube at the center of this renovated apartment in the Les Corts neighborhood in Barcelona, Spain, which creates a stunning effect against the original stone wall and wooden beams on the ceiling.
Located on the fourth floor of a modernist building built in the 1930s, this small 56m² (603ft²) apartment in Warsaw, Poland has a simple yet tasteful interior design that balances the old and the new.
The renovation of this attic penthouse apartment in Belgrade, Serbia gave the home a stylish modern charm. Elements of the old building, which was built at the beginning of the 20th century, were restored.
The smartly designed apartment has about 36 square meters (388 square feet) of open living area.
Located in a 1930s building in Bucharest, Romania, this renovated loft apartment with high ceilings uses interior wood structure to define its attic space.
Brick walls and exposed beams characterize this renovated apartment in Moscow, Russia. Designed by Studioplan, the interior design of this modern apartment has a rustic flair that brings out the organic feel.