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    Harbour Attic Apartment by Gosplan



    Located in Camogli, a village near Genoa, Italy, the Harbour Attic is a relatively small holiday apartment in an attic above an old fisherman’s harbor. Designed by Gosplan, the 35 square meter (approx. 377 sq ft) apartment makes the most of the room it has by providing all the necessities into a smartly-designed, scaled-down space complete with two bedrooms, studio, living room, kitchen, and bathroom.










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    I'm always impressed with these small spaces.

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    It's cool but tiny. The bedrooms are teeny but at least they have windows which changes everything IMO.
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    I don't think I would be able to live in a small space like that, but I'm always fascinated by how they turn out. This one is really pretty nice. I think the windows do make all the difference, Sput.

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    Not sure about the yellow coffin bed. Clever use of minimal space but you'd need to be a strictly No Unnecessary Stuff person, ie, a bloke. OK for a pied a terre but not to live in full time. I'd love to get a proper look at the water views.
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    pretty sure the yellow coffin bed is a guest bed since i think it's just the dude.
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    Sure, but it's still a bit creepy. But I LOVE the dining chairs.
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