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The goal for this renovation was to turn the first floor of a home into an apartment that would be wheelchair friendly for one person who would be living there.

The home, called the Loft MM, is located in Belgium and it was designed by C.T. Architects. Photos by Tim Van de Velde.

Originally seen on ArchDaily and Humble Homes.

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