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Loft 555


The main client's wish was to have a private recreational space.

Therefore, an oblique wall formed an enclosed sleeping and a living space, which merges into the hall. From the living area one side of the wall turns into a closet and from the kitchen side - into a sideboard cabinet.

Such positioning of the wall forms two untraditional trapezoidal areas. Once a door is opened, the recreational space transforms into a wide area, as if dedicating itself to master's bed. The living area, on the other hand, welcomes the master and his/her friends. The living area and the kitchen open to the hall and complement its function. Here, as the family and perhaps some unexpected visitors come by, appears a large Christmas table. It is situated on a panel inclusion in a concrete floor. When the table is removed, the panel circle fulfills its function - it becomes a mat for their English setter.



Austė Kuliešiūtė, Miglė Nainytė

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