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What Do You Do With an L-Shaped Unit?

Interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino enumerates some musts in navigating this tricky shape

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Photography: Aalco Design Group

These days, L-shaped condo units come in various sizes and layouts. If you have the impression that an L-shaped unit does not give you as much space to move about, think again! This definitely doesn’t mean you can’t do anything to maximize the use of your space.

We’ve asked interior designer and University of the Philippines professor Hannah Acab-Faustino to give tips on how to work with an L-shaped unit and help prove that it’s just as versatile as any other unit shape, as long as you keep in mind these musts:

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