Small Apartment in St Petersburg

Pine and concrete have never looked so decadent as they do in this small apartment in St. Petersburg. Created as a rental property courtesy of INT2 architecture, this Japanese and Scandinavian jointly inspired minimalist design flows effortlessly throughout the space, creating a great home for any tenant. Continue reading


Tiny Cozy Apartment

This tiny cozy apartment, designed by Yurii Hrytsenko along with the inspired visualizations of Olga Ulyanova, should truly be nominated as a micro-wonder of the world – if there were such a thing. This incredibly compact space utilizes every nook with utmost efficiency, and there was no holding back on the element of beauty this apartment poses. From the compact fireplace that looks more like a brilliant burning shoebox, to the sunshine yellow, royal blue and icy grey blend of interior fabrics, this tiny apartment is aptly called cozy for a reason; it simply is! Continue reading



Before you venture into this post, we suggest you grab a comfortable seat on which to perch yourself on for the following viewing pleasure. You are about to witness a beautiful monochrome interior, designed by Anastasiia Andreichenko of Saratov, Russia, which is well worth taking the time to fully visually absorb! Continue reading


Tiny Apartment in Ukraine

Set in Lviv, Ukraine, this tiny apartment delivers a living space coming in at just under 430 square feet, and was redesigned by the expert team of Roma Verbishchuk, Yulianna Verba and Lyubov Lazoriv …a dynamic trio who expertly recreated this micro-home into a deceptively spacious and efficient dwelling. Continue reading


Morozzo Apartment and Basement

The designers at FTA display their multidisciplinary design beautifully in this 1934 masterpiece. An original design by Piero Portaluppi constructed as his family residence, this 5th story space is perched perfectly above the Sant Ambrogio streets of Milan. Offering just over 1700 sq ft of space with which to wield their design magic, FTA laid the groundwork based on a clean white background, enhanced by a mosaic splash of color in one corner of the living room. Continue reading


Sao Victor Lofts

Ah, triangular buildings! This one in Oporto, Portugal was constructed in the 19th century with a footprint of 52 sq.m. A2Office molded the original structure in to a building with four modern studio apartments. Stripping it down to its remaining viable components was the first step. These included the solid log floor joists, which were given a boost in strength. The top floor corner construction was removed, as it did not meet today’s standards. Historic documents guided the creation of facade colors, interior shutters, and new windows. A new timber stair resides where the former narrow and dilapidated once traveled the four levels. Continue reading


Small Size Premium Spa

As the world’s population increases, Michael Winner of Sieger Design recognized the importance of a spa retreat that is large in function and small in size. The SSPS (Small Size Premium Spa) is just over 6 sq.m. in plan and rains luxury on you from head to toe. Continue reading


Tiny Apartment Makeover

In this tiny, 35 sq.m. Parisian apartment, Éléonore Bridge’s creative talents shine through. When she purchased the apartment, it did not fill her needs, tastes, or lifestyle. So she stripped it down to its beautiful bones and started from scratch. The bedroom now lies at the back interior wall and the bath now is street-side so she has a window there. Open living, cooking, working, and entertaining span the length of the space between. Continue reading


Small Studio Apartment

Behold a spec apartment that oozes personality. Int2Architecture designed this Moscow studio for an unknown future fortunate tenant. The rich space of only 40 sq.m. never reveals its fast design and construction pace. Nor would you guess the limited budget within which it was developed. Continue reading


The Tire Shop Project

Just 800 square feet in Montreal, this former tire shop is small in size and environmental footprint. Designers Mark Fekete and Viviana de Loera, Mark+Vivi, turned the former industrial space around. Their two level home studio is designed to be an active part of their community and a show place for their work and others’ art as well. Continue reading