What about living in a smallest flat in Lithuania and still have a bathtub?
Interior designers Nauris Kalinauskas and Dalia Mauricaitė–Kalinauskienė seek to demonstrate that it is possible to live comfortably even in 12 m 2. This paticular flat is a part of old factory, which has been renovated, but still has it’s own spirit. The whole loft’s space was divided into small areas from 12 m 2 to 40 m 2.
“Now, for some reason, a lot of people choose shower. But we thought, why not the bathroom? The bathtub we selected has narrower dimensions, so it is much more compact than a shower”- explained N.Kalinauskas.
Flat, like the rest of the building, is equipped with electric heating. In order to reduce heating costs there was installed smart home system, which empowers to control heating outside the house by a smart phone.
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