Swedish Multi Level Duplex Telling A Story From 1885

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Let’s contemplate the history while exploring this beautiful multi level duplex in Stockholm, Sweden. The area of Norrmalm, where the duplex is located, on top of a building dating from 1885, is famous for the beautiful architecture and design the small and chic apartments have. With a total space of only 1,302 square feet, the duplex that is, in fact, a two floors attic, doesn’t feel crowded at all. The abundance of white in the interior leaves the impression of larger.

Outside there’s a terrace filled with flowers and a table with four seats where the inhabitants can recreate watching the beautiful landscape picturing the city. The connection with the indoor space is made through some sliding glass doors, and so the living room can be extended with the outdoor area at any time. The first floor hosts a big modern kitchen, too, and at the second floor, the bedroom and bathroom are well integrated in the space that seems to be smaller and smaller.

A bright idea for organization is the hidden closet behind some white curtains. This multi level duplex is a very nice example of how things can work out in a small place, just by using wisely every single little corner. You don’t have to be rich and live in a mansion, you just have to adapt and find a creative solution!



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