studio alexander fehre optimizes a small 45 square meter apartment in london
studio alexander fehre optimizes a small apartment’s space in london
(above) a dining area was added to the kitchen
all images courtesy of studio alexander fehre
studio alexander fehre is a stuttgart-based interior design firm that works in different type of projects including offices, private houses, retail, public buildings, and exhibition design. for the renovation of a 45 square meter apartment located only 15 minutes away from the tower bridge in london, they have created a bespoke tailoring concept.
the use of wallpaper differentiates the different uses of the space
the renovation’s intelligent use of such a small place was guided by the owner’s living needs. an unusual kitchen solution freed up space in the living area, while integrating much greater functionality. the bathroom was equipped with a spacious shower, adding quite a luxurious touch, and the narrowness of the room was further enhanced. the work resulted in showing that 45 square meters can definitely be enough of a good thing.
shelf furniture was added to give the kitchen more storage space
living room with stair-like table
a mirror on the ceiling enlarges the space
although narrow, the bathroom is completely functional
shelves were inserted into the wall for the owner to place his personal effects
the use of wallpaper adds to the overall feeling of the house
the bedroom furniture serves also as night tables
edited by: juliana neira | designboom
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