This 302-square-foot apartment feels much bigger than it actually is

One of my favorite architects Cyril Rheims, owner of Ki Architecture, has recently finished the renovation of this 302 ft2 /28 m2 apartment commissioned by a young student, who wanted to sleep in a cocoon.

 The end result is a modern multifunctional cube that feels much bigger than it actually is.  


The apartment before the renovation

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