A 15sqm Studio Unit With Industrial and Country Chic Elements
Country chic meets industrial in the smallest condo we've ever seen
When people ask about the smallest home featured on the website, many are surprised to know that spaces measuring 21sqm, 18sqm, and even 17sqm exist. If you think you’ve seen it all, then we have a little surprise for you. Found in a hip real estate development along Taft Avenue, this 15sqm condo unit is completed with big, clever, and captivating details.
Meet the designer and learn more about the space in the video below:
Designed by RG Rosso, a Hong Kong-based designer, the compact space highlights a fusion of industrial elements and subtle country chic touches. Since the owner plans to rent it out, RG created a home where the occupant can relish some alone time and invite friends over, too. To be able to maximize the space, he also worked with tried-and-tested solutions and a few new tricks. “The flat appears larger with the use of several design features focusing on creating depth rather than a minimalist approach to furnishings. Creating depth was key to allowing [the addition of] standard-size furniture and oversized elements in the space [to achieve] the wow factor,” says RG.
With green and rust as the dominant colors, the small space became cozier and even more inviting. From the entrance to the bed—every inch of space was carefully planned and made functional. Don’t let this tiny home deceive you! It has a unique vibe that will make you want to live in it, too.
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