Living In An Attic Apartment
An attic apartment often describes a large open space without walls or defined rooms. An attic apartment is a living space on the upper floor of a building, directly beneath the roof. It is sometimes known as a loft apartment, and it will feature most of the amenities and necessities of any living space, including a bathroom, kitchen, lighting, and heating. The attic apartment is usually fairly small and simple in layout, though this can vary according to the size of the building. Very often the apartment will feature unusually slanted walls, and the slant of the roof will affect how much space is available in the apartment. The attic usually includes the entire top floor of the building, whereas a loft may only take up part of that space.
An attic apartment may, therefore, be larger than a typical loft. Most apartments built in an attic space will feature a full bathroom as well as a kitchen, though the size of the kitchen and bathroom will vary significantly based on how large the attic space is. Available natural light can come from windows on the sides of the building as well as from skylights built into the roof, and ventilation can be created through these windows or through specially designed air exchanger systems.