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This quirky building looks like a home — until you step inside

It’s amazing what you can do with a small space, and the Pink Moon Saloon in Adelaide, Australia, is a prime example.

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Sitting snugly in a narrow alley between two low-rise office buildings, the bar/restaurant fits right into the space with 1,103 square feet to boast.

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Designers at Sans-Arc Studio were able to use tiny home tactics and space-saving skills to create an aesthetically-pleasing yet practical floor plan that can accommodate up to 90 people for drinks or a bite to eat.

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Completed in November of 2015, the building was imagined with a specific narrative in mind: “the outdoors and a childhood memory of fire-cooked food and camping in the forest," according to a project description given to TODAY.com by designer Matiya Marovich.

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The space features two tiny home-styled huts separated by a courtyard that allows for extra light to flood into both sections. A line of bar stools along the edge of the wall flows from one structure to the other by way of the outdoor area.

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To make the indoor spaces feel less tight, the ceilings are angled at 60 degrees to accentuate the height and overall volume.

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Locally-sourced Australian hardwood is used for cladding, and all of the building materials were chosen with sustainability in mind.

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Now who's up for a trip to Australia?

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