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Loft Mini by Magdalena Adamus of Loft

A 29m² footprint can be made to feel big through a clever use of palette and on-point storage solutions.

Loft Mini by Magdalena Adamus of Loft

29m² is too small right? Wrong!

Open-plan kitchen, living and dining area

Clever storage solutions

God is in the detail – some would say


Starting life as designated ‘communal space’ within a larger residential property development, Magdalena Adamus of the firm Loft first asked herself two questions: how can we live comfortably in smaller spaces and what do we really need?

Underutilised narrow London space
2-storey 1-bed scheme prioritising quality of space

Occupying a small 29m² footprint, this 1-bed apartment serves as a wonderful example of how small areas can be transformed into truly livable space.

Space is divided into two levels: downstairs occupies the open-plan kitchen, living and dining areas whilst a bedroom and bathroom occupy the mezzanine level above.

Narrow inner city land conversion
Prefabricated steel works

A minimalist materials palette of ‘off form’ concrete and natural oak, combined with black kitchen joinery, thoughtful storage solutions, mirrored walls and quality detailing promotes a strong sense of spaciousness.

The 18-foot ceiling combines well with abundant natural light that is cleverly drawn downstairs via skylights and a glass floor connecting the bedroom to the bathroom.

Narrow house interior


A beautiful home that makes the most of a tiny footprint by focusing on craft, clever storage solutions and natural light.


This case study is a great example of why small spaces should never be discounted nor ignored. Do you have 29m²?

Modern interior steel works
Modern interiors
Modern spacious interiors
Loft Mini by Magdalena Adamus of Loft

Photography: Tom Kurek