Click through the gallery to view the architectural concepts of the apartment. There is an indoor wifi signal with access to the built-in AirPlay speakers.
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Painting ceiling and walls for the first time (with the second floor slab still installed).
Taking down the second floor slab.
Building a new structure of bunk beds to resemble the history of the room as a dormitory for migrant workers.
Welding main beams for the table.
Sealed foundation with grid marks.
Floor panels production.
Panels for the accessible floor.
Arranging concrete seating cubes.
Welding door hinges.
Welding bathroom pipes.
Window during construction.
Bathroom door production.
Kitchen furniture production.
Welding bunk bed structure.
Illuminated door with integrated IT.