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Kids room designed by Rules Architects with low budget

Kids room designed by Rules Architects with low budget (1)

This kids room has an area of 24 square meters and was designed by Rules Architects using a budget of 960 euros. Architectural studio RULES in Bratislava, Slovakia, was founded by Rudolf Lesnak in 2011 after his architectural practice in Vienna together with Tomas Huliman and Milan Grega-Jakub. Three years after the establishment studio has 11 architects and over 50 realizations. Photos: Peter Čintalan

Kids room designed by Rules Architects with low budget (2)

Children room designed by Rules Architects with low budget (3)

Children room designed by Rules Architects with low budget (4)

Children room designed by Rules Architects with low budget (5)

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