Mezzanines

Homes that feature space-maximising mezzanines, including a Russian residence with elevated net hammocks and a lofty extension in a Parisian apartment.
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an empty room with wooden floors and stairs
Tigg + Coll Architects moves studio into converted Victorian mission church
This mezzanine is built from glulam timber, blockwork and steel
a wooden deck with sliding glass doors on it
Naturehumaine draws on Streamline Moderne for Montreal duplex
The primary bedroom and mezzanine are on the top floor.
an empty room with white walls and two black boxes on the floor next to each other
SSdH tucks Melbourne warehouse apartment into former chocolate factory
Local studio SSdH has designed a split-level, mezzanine-style apartment characterised by eclectic furniture.
a bathroom with blue tile walls and white sink in the corner, along with a bathtub
SSdH tucks Melbourne warehouse apartment into former chocolate factory
Local studio SSdH has designed a split-level, mezzanine-style apartment characterised by eclectic furniture.
an open door leading to a bathroom with white walls and wood slats on the wall
SSdH tucks Melbourne warehouse apartment into former chocolate factory
Local studio SSdH has designed a split-level, mezzanine-style apartment characterised by eclectic furniture.
an empty building with several different colored blocks in the center and stairs to the second floor
SSdH tucks Melbourne warehouse apartment into former chocolate factory
Local studio SSdH has designed a split-level, mezzanine-style apartment characterised by eclectic furniture.
a bathroom with concrete walls and steps leading up to the shower area, along with black shoes on the floor
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest.
an empty room with wooden steps leading up to it
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest.
the house is surrounded by trees and bushes
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico -
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest.
an industrial kitchen with concrete counter tops and white walls
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico -
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest.
an empty room with concrete walls and steps leading to a bed in the corner,
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest called Casa Alférez.
an empty room with wooden floors and concrete walls is shown in this image, there are stairs leading up to the second floor
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest called Casa Alférez.
a wooden door is on the side of a concrete building with steps leading up to it
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest called Casa Alférez.
a kitchen and dining room are shown in this image
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest.
a room with concrete walls and tables in it
Ludwig Godefroy creates brutalist cube-shaped home in Mexico
Mexico City-based architect Ludwig Godefroy designed a brutalist concrete holiday home in a Mexican pine forest.