Combining the kitchen and living room into a common room has almost become standard and it is now rare to find an architectural solution in which these two areas are separated. Of course, this is borrowed, and in the modern world, homes and homes have long been built this way. In the native reality, the small size of modern housing is successfully compensated by this unification. The delineation of a common living area against the background of the rather scarce area of the dwelling (and currently the most sought after are dwellings with an area between 50 and 80 sq. M) provides significant comfort and provides greater opportunities for residents.
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