This architect-approved trick is the key to designing tiny spaces

This architect-approved trick is the key to designing tiny spaces

When you’re dealing with a small space, there’s a magic in keeping it simple. But even more than not overwhelming a small space with too much texture, pattern or too many contrasting colors, designers and architects are taking an even more drastic approach to simplisticity when decorating an apartment with a micro floorplan. 

To give it a name, Melbourne-based architect Douglas Wan calls it ‘reduced materiality’ – but what does that mean, and what effect does it have on small rooms?

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