Small Home Design With Split Mezzanines

The renovation of a 75 square metre space into a multi-faceted family home presented some challenges for the designer team at Buro White. The brief called for the new layout to include an open plan lounge/kitchen/dining room, a separate children’s area, multiple bedrooms, a dressing room, a family bathroom, a shower room, a laundry room and entrance hall. Since the apartment is located up on the top floor of the Litsa residential complex, Moscow, the interior is endowed with wonderfully high ceilings. This generous 3.6 metre ceiling height meant that the designers could elevate the bedrooms onto mezzanines, successfully presenting the downstairs living room with much needed space to breathe.

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