TRN-Flat Reconstruction Features A Hidden Bedroom Behind A Bookcase. Some buildings may no longer be used in for the purpose that it was built. That is why there are many structures that end up demolished while the luckier ones are merely renovated or reused for a different purpose. In some cases, these are turned into residential spaces just like old churches, barn houses, warehouses and more. What we have today is a former monastery that was transformed into an apartment. We will get a glimpse of one of its interior spaces.
A Small Sydney Apartment Features Creative Storage Solutions. Are you living in a house with a small footprint? Are you having problems on how you can fit everything inside? Well, worry not. We have the solution for you. These days, there are many small homes that have all the functions needed to give the owners a comfortable life. This shows us that no matter how small the floor area is, it can still work well as a home. Most small residences make use of transforming furniture and other creative storage solutions in order to maximize the usage of the space. Isn't this a great idea in order to live comfortably in a small house? Now, this is what you will see today.
Originally, the building was built in the 1930s as a shoe factory. But today, it was transformed into a very nice apartment. The clients were drawn to the expansive windows of the structure, though the old arrangement of rooms meant that these were always partially hidden from view. The project brief was to transform the warehouse space, while taking close consideration of the scale, grain and detailing of the existing architecture. Another goal is to create something very personal to the homeowners while representing something of their histories. One of the owners has a film background and he found the roughness and authenticity of the old factory very appealing. The project is urban in complexity yet strangely archaic /prehistoric in its base simplicity. When you look in the interior of the apartment, it is dominated by a black steel cube which reflects the inhabitant's passions and their love for material quality of an elemental nature.
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