Walls are so 2000 and late.

1. This Stockholm apartment that uses the same flooring throughout the space.

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2. This compact 366-square-foot apartment with glass walls that visually separate the bedroom.

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3. This free-flowing kitchen, living and dining room featuring exposed beams and rafters.

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4. This eclectic converted warehouse in London with a roof lantern.

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5. This combined living and dining room that utilizes double-height windows to take advantage of the view.

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6. This Manhattan loft that uses area rugs to define the open-concept floorplan.

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7. This linear attic apartment in Valencia, Spain with recessed appliances.

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8. This condo living area with a seating arrangement that encourages conversation.

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9. This luxurious townhouse kitchen that boasts a double-sided fireplace to keep the eye moving.

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10. This midtown Manhattan apartment that uses built-ins to keep the space clutter-free.

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11. This indoor-outdoor space with a handy glass wall system.

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12. This extravagant London apartment that uses paint to separate spaces.

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13. This small Barcelona apartment that doesn’t shy away from pattern and texture.

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14. This quirky Finnish home with a mirrored backsplash to create the illusion of more space.

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15. And finally, this party pad in Hanoi, Vietnam with soaring ceilings and a catwalk.

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