*복층형 원룸 A Little Design maximises space in tiny 22-metre-square Taiwan apartment

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Taiwanese studio A Little Design has renovated a 22-metre-square micro apartment to serve every need of its occupant .

A bath, floor-to-ceiling storage and space for exercise are included in the compact flat, located in Taipei City, where property prices are driving young buyers into smaller homes.

A Little Design described the client as a young woman who travels frequently for work, and when she gets home "all she needs is a hot bath and a good sleep".

As such, the team designed a fully equipped bathroom, replacing the former shower with a full bath and moving the washing machine to the kitchen, which has more limited function.

Storage spans one entire wall of the living room, covering the 3.3 metres from floor to ceiling.

The storage features wardrobes on the bottom and square shelves on top, allowing the resident to access the clothes she needs easily every day, while using a ladder on the occasions she needs her books and other objects.

The shelving extends onto the mezzanine level, so it can be partly accessed from there.

This level – which is too shallow to accommodate standing – also includes a bed and a small built-in desk, designed to be used by a person sitting cross-legged on the floor.



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