Reduced living spaces have become a common denominator of this time and, even though in reality it does not take much to call a space home, a spectacular design is always appreciated.
Loft Diego is a 68-square meter apartment (it started out at 59 square meters) where the team at Arquitectura Nacional took the task to transform it so it became more than just a space. As main strategy, they blended all the areas in the ground floor, broadening it; they replaced the stairs with a helical staircase located at the center of the place. Another detail was the concrete 9-meter expansion of the intermediate level, destined for a walk-in closet, which turns the bedroom area into a more comfortable space.
The staircase is at the center of the place and it seems to levitate, thanks to a steel structure that holds it from the floor above. The three main surfaces are cladded in cement tiles, carbonized wood, and concrete floors.