Flat area of 7 square meters in Rome
• Flat area of 7 square meters in Rome
In the heart of Rome, a few steps from the Pantheon and St. Peter's Square, is a tiny house. Built in the 18th century, it has long been in a derelict state, until it in 2010 bought an architect and designer Marco Peratstsi (Marco Pierazzi). He managed, in spite of the microscopic area of only 7 square meters. meters, to turn a house into a real home.
He managed, in spite of the microscopic area of only 7 square meters. meters, to turn a house into a real home.
On the ground floor there is a fully equipped kitchen and bathroom with shower. At the table that flips to not take place at the same time can accommodate 3-4 people.
In order to get to the second level, you must climb the ladder and swing of the ceiling.
On the second floor there is a sofa bed with TV.
In this small apartment Marco lived with his wife for several years, until they have had a baby. Now he takes it for rent to the public.