Anyone who has ever lived in a studio apartment is acquainted with the virtues of loft beds. But while their space-saving design allows for more efficient use of household real estate, they often require you to sacrifice the usual comforts of a full bedroom: head space, a bedside table, a door.
This condo, converted from a former hospital, combines the best of both worlds. Taking advantage of the double-height ceilings, the architects managed to retain the modern, loft-like feel while enabling the construction of a small, closable bedroom. By suspending the room from the ceiling, they were able to keep the main floor unobstructed and create a stunning architectural feature.
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