NEVER TOO SMALL 33sqm/355sqft Tiny Loft Apartment – Treehouse

Treehouse offers a bespoke split-level design strategy with a touch of arboreal whimsy. Box-loft sleeping area is clad in natural pine and seems to float like a tree house with a strip of window glazing look out at the forest. Architect Nelson Chow created a unique, playful sense of space that maximises its panoramic forested context within a decidedly compact, urban setting. <a rel=”nofollow” href=” target=”_blank”>

#interiordesign #architecture #microapartment

Subscribe our YouTube channel
Instagram
Facebook

Produced by <a rel=”nofollow” href=” target=”_blank”>
Creator: Colin Chee
Director: James McPherson
Producer: Lindsay Barnard
Camera: James Goldman
Editor: Colin Chee
Touch Up: Lydia Evans

source

38 comments

  1. minimalist perhaps but not stark and cold and void of personality …warm friendly and full of personality …a home not just a living space …a true all around winner

  2. I love the apartment. The colors and the idea of designing a tree house style. And I love the dog. The voice of the owner actually makes my heart melt. Does he do voice overs or works as a speaker? Very nice tembre. Anyways the apartment is superb.

  3. jumm idk I dont like the dining room. it feels claustrophobic. And sleeping in that bed would make me feel like im sleeping in a coffin. i would've rather put the bed in a way i can enjoy the view of the forest and wake up to it.

  4. Exquisite! that green shade on the wall, the delicate intriguing saffron clay tiles which actually made me click on this video, the view through the wall-windows which helps you think the apartment is bigger than it is. And the cute French bulldog with big ears to complete the picture. However we did not see storage places ….

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *