Space-Savvy and Sensible Modern Revamp of Aged Apartment in Hycroft Towers

An icon of the past, the Hycroft Towers in Vancouver is a landmark that is still recognizable to most in the city and it is inside this gorgeous building that an aging apartment unit has been altered and given a whole new lease of life by John Wall of Public Design. The new interior of the apartment has 797 square foot of space and with an open plan living, the kitchen, tiny dining area and living room feel like an extension of one another. Surprisingly, the modest apartment comes with two different bedrooms one that can be used as the master bedroom and the other that acts as a second bedroom / home office. The transformation is smart with a touch of midcentury modern charm to it.


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