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The box-like structure which houses the study and two bedrooms.

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The dining area.

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The platform bed with storage underneath.

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The ladder makes it easier to climb up to the ledge.

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A flight of steps leading to the second and third storeys of the walkup apartment.

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Vegetables growing on the rooftop terrace.

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The home office.

Stripped-down Style

The use of simple materials give this home its special charm
Nov 9, 2018 5:50 AM

When it comes to selecting materials for the home, the sky's the limit - if your wallet stretches that far, that is. Purists can insist on Calacatta marble, which can only be found in one quarry in Carrara, Italy, and known to be the most expensive. Or, if you want to make a different but still

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