Observing the ongoing pattern of architectural planning in the crowded cities of the USA, across Europe and in Japan, small apartments have became the obvious answer to the problem of highly populated districts and the rapidly rising costs of property by the square meter. On the fashionable Frantsuzsky Boulevard in Odessa, Ukraine, a cozy design by Denis Svirid has formed in answer to it’s cramped situation, and has been decorated with cabin-like wood clad walls and snug storage cubbies galore.
Another level was created with the addition of a new mansard roof, to house private quarters with individual rooms. A dressing room, bedroom and bathroom fill the added floor area beneath the slopes. The decision to create a mansard level in the house was made by the architects based on being an easier and cheaper way to attain reconstruction approval, and all of the planning solutions for this home came about in answer to the restricted dimensions of the location.
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