400 square feet may not seem like a lot — but that's reckoning without the ingenuity of Swedish design. Thanks to a simple but very smart floor plan, this diminutive Swedish apartment makes living small look positively luxurious.
As long as there is a window at the end of this room I approve greatly! I think it would be a bit nicer with some tradition art on the walls and maybe a set of antlers somewhere, but overall, love it! Reminds me of Outside The Asylum from "So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish"
When it comes to Swedish design, Designtorget is an iconic brand. Founded by architect Jerry Hellström in 1993, Designtorget soon became one of the important drivers behind the Swedish design phenomenon. What Designtorget did – and has been doing ever sin…
Here at Apartment Therapy, we're firm believers that good things come in small packages. Case in point: this top floor Swedish studio, which has pretty much everything you could want in just 480 square feet.