Tiny Apartment Features Views of the Italian Riviera

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This tiny apartment is just 377 square feet and is located in Camogli, a small fishing village on the Italian Riviera. It features a minimalist interior, with picturesque views of the Riviera.

Tiny Apartment on the Italian Riviera by Gosplan Architects

The apartment was designed by Gosplan Architects, who undertook the refurbishment of the old holiday flat and transformed it into a modern, comfortable summer house. They managed to incorporate space for two bedrooms, a studio, a living room, a kitchen with a small dining area, and a bathroom.

Tiny Apartment on the Italian Riviera by Gosplan Architects

To successfully integrate each of the living spaces, Gosplan had to develop a custom interior that was tailored to the needs of the client. The rooms are divided up by storage walls, or as the architects put it “each room is a piece of furniture: after you have used it, you can close it.”

Tiny Apartment on the Italian Riviera by Gosplan Architects

The interior is split into three main areas; the living room, kitchen and dining area, the bedrooms and the bathroom. The bedrooms are contained within a custom-built timber module and are surrounded by storage compartments that lie flash with the wall. The single bed is hidden under a fold-up panel when not in use.

Tiny Apartment on the Italian Riviera by Gosplan Architects

With its incredible views and smart, functional interior, this micro-apartment could easily serve as a year-round home instead of just a summer house.

Tiny Apartment on the Italian Riviera by Gosplan Architects

For more apartments check out Steve Sauer’s tiny 182 square foot apartment in Seattle, or this whimsical and equally tiny apartment by Torsten Ottesjö. See all apartments.

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