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LIFE Co-Living Space

LIFE Co-Living Space Seoul

LIFE Co-Living Space is located in Gangnam, Seoul. Developed by FastFive and designed by Ian Lee, the building contains 140 micro-apartments. Clean lines and light colours create a sense of spaciousness and allow each tenant to add their own personality to their home. Furniture built into the walls creates room and flexibility, and storage areas are tidily hidden behind birch doors. While each studio is private and fully-equipped, residents also have access to shared facilities such as a kitchen, lounge and rooftop garden, as well as weekly events.

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LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes
LIFE Co-Living Space | Minimal studio apartments in Seoul | Softer Volumes

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