Add-on duplex resident with mezzanine floor, on an existing two-storey building.
The existing building features on the ground floor a shop with its loft and an apartment on the first floor.
The new-build second floor (first level of the duplex) features the living spaces of the family in an open plan, the living room – kitchen – dining room. At the mezzanine features the office, which contact with the below level of the residence directly through the internal “balcony”. On the third floor (third level of the duplex) feature the master room with its own bathroom and walking closet, two children’s bedrooms and a bathroom. The outdoor space on the fourth floor is covered by a metallic pergola.
2nd floor = 95.00 sq.m.
Mezzanine = 45.00 sq.m.
3rd floor = 95.00 sq.m.
The project is in progress…
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