Living in a city can be expensive, and Stockholm, Sweden, is no exception. Sometimes you have to think creatively to imagine what can be achieved in a space.
This 387 square foot (36 sqm) apartment was used as a furniture storage room for 30 years, and then in the 1980s it was partially renovated, but due to unforeseen circumstances the apartment was left untouched since then.
Architect Karin Matz found the space with wallpaper half removed, only a few tiles, and a kitchen faucet sticking out of a wall, plus there was no electricity and a bathroom with only signs of rats as inhabitants.
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