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Minimalist Bachelor Apartment

Commissioned by a young IT engineer, this beautiful bachelorís apartment was designed by the M3 Architectural & Construction group who took a minimalist approach. The clean pad is located in Budva, Montenegro, a coastal area on the Adriatic Sea, it features a neutral palette of white surfaces, grey accents, and natural materials beautifully complemented with incorporated furnishings. The main living area was kept open with floor-to-ceiling curtains acting as dividers to separate the space when needed. Check out the photos below



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SALT & PEPPER | BY KOZIOL | Image

SALT & PEPPER | BY KOZIOL

These are fun, designed by Russian Yaroslav Rassadin for German store Koziol, this devilishly angelic salt & pepper set are designed to resemble an angel and a devil. You can get them in either black, red or white. Dimensions: Height 9cm x diameter 3.9cm....
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PIANOTABLE | BY GEORGE BOHLE | Image

PIANOTABLE | BY GEORGE BOHLE

Designed by George Bohle, the Pianotable offers a dinner with the accompaniment of a piano. The piano player takes a seat at the dining table. Furthermore, as the occasion demands it, a little band can strike up at the table. The piano player will find companionship by a singer and his microphone and a guitarplayer. If the cap of the piano remains closed, the plain wooden surface will serve as a table without cease....
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SUPADUPA SOFA | BY ALEXANDER LOTERSZTAIN | Image

SUPADUPA SOFA | BY ALEXANDER LOTERSZTAIN

Designed by Alexander Lotersztain, the Supadupa sofa consists of 3 modular units; corner, lounger and ottoman. Alexander sayas: "The units create a range of seating configurations. A simple wooden frame is covered by three layers of foam with various densities, with a hard foam base and final layer of foam chunks in a bean bag like format underneath the leather upholstery. The concept was to create a sofa with Ďbean bagí qualities of comfort and casualness."...
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