Architecture and design practice Plystudio have completed an apartment interior called J-Loft in Singapore. The project involved removing all interior walls from the apartment and installing box-shaped divisions and furniture along one side of the 1,200 square foot space. The installed elements comprise storage, fixed seating, worktop surfaces, a bay window and stairs to the attic. The interior is constructed from 12mm plywood, clad in maple veneer. The floor is covered in white-washed teak. Find more information about the project on Plystudio's blog and on their website. J-Loft by Plystudio
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