Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space

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With 60 sq. meters (roughly 645 sq. ft) to work with, Russian designer Vlad Mishin designed the Transformer Condo which incorporates a number of reworking parts. The house is separated lengthwise by an enormous, faceted wall construction that’s made up of black metallic framework and plywood that hides away numerous family features.

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At one finish, a block rotates to disclose the TV and storage. By having it rotate, the TV could be watched from totally different locations, just like the bed room, front room, and kitchen.

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The bigger part reveals a hidden kitchen that sits behind a hinged partition wall. Slide the panels aside, tuck them away, and you’ve got an condo-sized kitchen.

Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space in main interior design architecture Category

The sculptural panels rotating round between the lounge and the bed room.

Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space in main interior design architecture Category

When the sculptural wall is closed off on the general public aspect of the condo, the TV space is within the bed room.

Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space in main interior design architecture Category

The constructed-in mattress has a closet above that you simply attain by way of the steps. You can also entry the toilet this manner.

Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space in main interior design architecture Category

Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space in main interior design architecture Category

The door to the toilet is hidden away within the faceted wall.

Transforming Apartment Maximizes Small Space in main interior design architecture Category

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