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Small Space Ideas in a 24sqm Utilitarian Condo Unit

Substance meets style in this Scandinavian-inspired haven

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Photography: Harvey Tapan Architect: Angelo Siochi

Those who are furnishing a compact unit are all too familiar with the challenge of turning a blank space into a home that’s both functional and beautiful. With only 24sqm to work with, is it possible to have a comfortable haven where you and your guests can move around freely? While you can always stick to basic pieces to leave the unit open and spacious, your home might end up looking too stark and dull.

To help you seamlessly combine style and purpose in a small home, you can take inspiration from this pop-up model unit designed by architect Angelo Siochi of AGSiochi Architecture and Design. It proves that even the smallest of spaces can become useful and practical nooks—with fun details and a design that’s one for the books.

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