Piano Studio Changes Its Tune To A 17.6 sqm Micro Flat In Taiwan

A former piano studio in Taipei, Taiwan has undergone a complete overhaul, at the hands of creative team A Little Design. The space has been transformed into a 17.6 square metre micro flat that features an interior filled entirely with bespoke built-in furniture. With a ceiling height of 3.4 metres and a concrete beam that runs widthways through the apartment, the layout was heavily restricted "Although the owner does not need a big flat, before it was redesigned, the 17.6 square metre unit was too small to fit both a queen-size bed, living space and sufficient storage" said lead architect Szumin Wang. Read on to see how the tight restrictive space became a cosy comfortable home.

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