One of the most important problems in big cities is a space to live. In the wens whose population is increasing, there are narrow apartments and these ones just provide the residents to live .
Denmark architects Mateusz Mastalski and Ole Robin Storjohann try to create joyful living spaces in the shapes of X, O, tree, cloud, speech bubble and space invaders between apartments with their projects “Live Between Buildings” .
Designers prepares a series diagrams for the crowded cities such as New York, Tokyo, London, Amsterdam and Helsinki.
The Project of the Denmark architects won the New Vision of the Loft 2 Design award organised by roof windows manufacturer Fakro and A10 New European Architecture Magazine. The competition is aim to see the designers create lofts that are functional, space-saving and energy-efficient, supplying natural light. The entries should use products of Fakro that believes “The possibility of shapes is endless”.
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