Located in Camogli, a village near Genoa, Italy, the is a relatively small holiday apartment in an attic above an old fisherman’s harbor. Designed by , the 35 square meter (approx. 377 sq ft) apartment makes the most of the room it has by providing all the necessities into a smartly-designed, scaled-down space complete with two bedrooms, studio, living room, kitchen, and bathroom.
With not much floor surface and a gambrel roof, careful attention had to be paid to the layout. It also meant that each built-in piece had to have the ability to be stored away when not in use.
As you can see, the kitchen disappears when not in use, becoming a countertop or storage surface.
The wooden floors have a light, almost gray stain that shows up a little darker on the cabinetry. That same gray is carried throughout the apartment.
Wait till you see what this space becomes when it’s needed…
A second bedroom! Lift the hatch to expose an additional bed for guests.
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