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Bigger may not always mean better in this collection of carefully designed and decorated spaces. With a variety of solutions and individual styles, each project adapts to the needs of its tenants. The results are highly functional and beautiful apartments from all over the world, including Miami, Los Angeles, London, New York City, Paris, and Milan. This stunning ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published May 2nd 2006 by Harper Design
(first published April 1st 2003)
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Here's a book featuring tiny European apartments. All of them have uniquely wonderful architectural details: high ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood floors, amazing hilltop views. If one had a lot of cash to splash around, this book shows that yes, it's possible to completely gut and renovate a less than 600 sq. foot apartment and make it look like a mansion with high end furnishings. Interestingly, many of the apartments prominently feature tvs, along with spare, modern furniture. Not the most ...more
Alejandro Bahamón, an architect, photographer, and editor of architecture books, is the author of numerous publications on contemporary architecture, including Sketch Plan Build, The Magic of Tents, Treehouses, Glass Houses, Houses on the Edge, and (with Ana María Álvarez), Light Color Sound. He lives in Barcelona.More about Alejandro Bahamón...