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A 60sqm One-Bedroom Condo With Elegant Touches

Traditional pieces, interesting textures, and dainty colors complete this home

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Photography: Dakila Angeles Interior Designer: AGSiochi Architecture and Design

Maximizing small spaces can be a breeze with a couple of design solutions like adding mirrors, choosing light colors, and investing in transforming furniture that serve more purposes than one. Some may think that it's hard to distinguish one unit from another, but it all boils down to the tiniest of details.

In this home designed by AGSiochi Architecture & Design, architect and designer Angelo Siochi wanted to tell a story from the moment you step into the space. With inputs from the homeowners, details were carefully chosen, clever solutions were incorporated, and pieces that evoke a timeless appeal were added. The result is a sophisticated haven with an inviting vibe that not only reflects the owners' taste, it's reminiscent of posh hotels, too.

To see more of AGSiochi Architecture & Design's projects, visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

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