Manhattan Micro Loft by Specht Harpman Architects It’s really hard to make 425 square feet look spacious but Specht Harpman Architects managed to do just that in this once awkward New York City apartment that’s set at the top of a six-story building.
Project: Manhattan Micro Loft Architect: Specht Harpman Architects 425 square foot New York Apartment/Loft that demonstrates and efficient use of space. The project embodies the concept of "living platforms" to divide the small space.
Built by FAM Architekti,Feilden+Mawson in Doksy, Czech Republic with date Images by Tomas Balej. The replacement of an old cabin on a lake shore in Norther Bohemia respects the unique natural character of the site .
hat’s not to love about panorama windows? These floor-to-ceiling glass beauties can be such an enrichment to a space, connecting interior with exterior. Provided of course, that the view the good enough.