It is a relatively small holiday apartment in an attic above an old fisherman’s harbor. Designed by Gosplan, the small apartment makes the most of the room it has by providing all the necessities into a smartly designed, scaled-down space complete with two bedrooms, studio, living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The main bedroom is totally made of wood, a darker one compared to the parquet used in the living room. It’s a sort of wooden box, inhabited furniture. The kitchen disappears when not in use, becoming a countertop or storage surface. The wooden floors have a light, almost gray stain that shows up a little darker on the cabinetry. That same gray is carried throughout the apartment.