Making the most of small spaces has never been more important as our cities continue to become denser. These apartments in all shapes, sizes and configurations show how to live well, even with limited space.
The design process for Magy Apartment in Shanghai perfectly embodies the power of words. The brief followed Karel Teige’s proposal that ‘a minimum dwelling could only exist with its connection with public facilities’ from his book Minimum Dwelling, 1932.
Transforming a brutalist space within Sherwood Towers into a light and colour filled kaleidoscope of excellence, SPARK has completed the conversion of a 132-square-metre three-bedroom apartment as a showcase for the owners’ creative self-expression.