Bazillion apartment, tiny apartment, Lithuania, YCL Studio, open-plan, terracotta, green interior, interior design, natural light

The owner was looking to transform his existing apartment to accommodate two people, but remain open and spacious. The architects met this request by splitting the apartment into two parts, with an open-plan main living area bathed in natural light. Terracotta tiles dominate the bedroom and bathroom and meet the white walls of the living room along a sharp line.

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Bazillion apartment, tiny apartment, Lithuania, YCL Studio, open-plan, terracotta, green interior, interior design, natural light

These contrasting conditions convey the alternating nature and moods of daytime and nighttime patterns. Monochromatic tones, clean lines and an open-plan give the living room a more spacious feel, creating the impression of a single continuous volume.

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