28 Jul '15, 6pm

Problem solving architects give Venetian apartment a flood-proof upgrade

While safety is the number one priority in this space’s construction, the interior design is surprisingly quaint and inviting. Pleasant, white wood paneling can be found on the upper walls, while industrious concrete protects the lower walls in the living room area. The kitchen is bright and modern, with simplistic tiling that seems to elongate the space. Wooden paneling and a glass bookcase serve as a partition to the bedroom and sliding doors between the kitchen and bath provide the option for privacy or openness. Now, future residents can rest easily in a safe, secure, and stylish pad.

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