The small Prague house gets an incredible makeover

A small  36-square-meter flat might look incredibly congested but look at it through boq architekti’s lens and you’ll see a cozy minimal apartment that is just perfect for a busy person. This particular compact flat in Prague was redesigned by the architecture firm on the request of a busy businessman.

The architects made sure to use the floor space in a multi-functional way, so it fulfills all the needs yet not look too cluttered either. The spacious kitchen in the center serves as a place to prepare meals as well as a dine in and socializing spot when guests come over. The bedroom is hidden behind a moveable glass panel however, if the resident does not feel like closing himself up, he can always open the sliding panels and shut off the blinds.

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The living room is perfect for entertaining guests since it is designed as a very cozy space. The desk under the window with a drawer underneath however, makes the space good enough to double as a study in privacy as well.

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The house is furnished in warm wooden tones with a pop of black fixtures, countertops and blinds just to give the whole place a contrast. The flat truly is now a perfect abode for a single man!

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Photos by Tomas Dittrich, courtesy of BowerBird
Architects: Boq Architekti
h/t: Design Milk

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