It really is an art to be able to efficiently organize twenty square meters and give ease to habitability serene and creative in a box of 100 cubic feet of total volume. The Spanish study Mycc (Carmina Casajuana, Beatriz G. Casares, Marcos Gonzalez) was able to prove it in the renovation of a tiny attic in Madrid.
The window to the sky plays a big role, because from there spreads a beautiful natural light.
The doors are banned, even from the bathroom. Housed under the kitchen stretches in a hammam. As a link between this theory of small shelters, there is a cozy living area that leads to the bedroom, equipped with a large wardrobe. In its turn is surmounted by that architects have conceived as a solegleged covered terrace living as office hours or more laborious as think tank, in the more contemplative, placing a thin futon.
The ups and downs of the game continues with the pegs placed on the wall, providing a direct access to a unique view of the city. Do not really miss anything and everything reinforces the concept: small but beautiful.