Micro-Apartment is Given a Modern Makeover to Maximize Space
Categories: Homes / Dwellings
Fitting all your home necessities into a 21-square-meter room can be tricky, but it can feel downright impossible when you also need to cultivate a modern and spacious environment that respects the building’s historic 20th century character. Berlin-based design studio spamroom, however, was about to achieve just that with their renovation of a Berlin flat in the district of Moabit. Created in collaboration with johnpaulcoss, this sensitively renovated micro-apartment was created with a minimalist aesthetic that pairs pale wood surfaces with white steel.
A pine unit provides a kitchen, bathroom and mezzanine level for this tiny Berlin apartment designed by two local architects, which also features Art Deco details including a parquet door
Berlin studio Spamroom and architect John Paul Coss were asked to convert a flat measuring just 21 square metres in an early 1900s apartment block in the Berlin district of Moabit.