Dragisic's clients approached her with a vacant apartment that hadn't been updated in quite some time. It was originally divided into a kitchen and dining area, a living space, and bedrooms. She didn't make any significant changes to the floor plan. Instead, Dragisic focused on fixing some architectual elements—like the windows—and refining the interiors. "We aim to achieve more with less, and creatively transform constraint into opportunity because every detail counts," she says.  A Compact Minimalist Apartment in Slovenia by Diana Budds

A Compact Minimalist Apartment in Slovenia

Dragisic's clients approached her with a vacant apartment that hadn't been updated in quite some time. It was originally divided into a kitchen and dining area, a living space, and bedrooms. She didn't make any significant changes to the floor plan. Instead, Dragisic focused on fixing some architectual elements—like the windows—and refining the interiors. "We aim to achieve more with less, and creatively transform constraint into opportunity because every detail counts," she says.

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