Chipboard and recycled denim define spaces inside Microloft in Melbourne

Australian architecture practice Studio Edwards has completed an exercise in contemporary small-space living with this 24-square-metre micro apartment in Melbourne‘s Fitzroy district.

The clients, a young couple, approached Studio Edwards to remodel the tiny studio apartment on the top floor of a 1980s apartment block.

Microloft is a 24-square-metre apartment in Melbourne

“They asked for a home that felt unified and clutter-free, with ample storage, an efficient kitchen with space for cooking and dining, a comfortable lounge and quiet sleeping zones,” founder Ben Edwards told Dezeen.

“Microloft provides a solution for inner-city living that navigates the constraints of limited space and ageing housing stock through an interior that provides the

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