March 19, 2014

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This small studio apartment in Sydney has been designed by Nicholas Gurney. The ascetic approach has made this 27 square-meter space is look spacious. The uniformed whiteness of the room is interrupted by the yellow bookcase, which is covered at night by a sliding panel, in turn revealing the built-in red sleeping area. The third functional zone, kitchen, is black. Thus, color only marks the utilitarian areas, leaving the rest of the apartment bare and untouched. Clever and beautiful. “The micro apartment offers a proposal for future high-density urban living for one person families; the fastest growing demographic,” – designer states.

Photography by Katherine Lu

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Jillian on 03/21/14

Which suburb of Sydney is this? (If the person living there doesn’t mind answering.)

Ben on 04/26/14

This is beautiful, exactly what I am looking for! Good to see something like this is Australia.

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