23 Square Meter Apartment in Paris called Red Nest



From designer Paul Coudamy comes the most fascinating way of preservation of space, through the design of the Red Nest apartment built in Paris. Urban population has made it harder and harder to find the adequate space needed to come up with apartments. 23 square meters of space has been adequately used to come up with a bedroom, a dressing room, a home office and a living room. How is this possible?

A bookshelf that is slid to open and close hides the bedroom and changing area. The red and white painted apartment is also adorned with side by side mirrors which give a feel of the house being large. Below is a shelter like area that gives access to some kind of other room, not well defined. It is quite an interesting way to conserve that area that is needed in this era.

 

 

 

 

 


Published by in Apartments, on September 2nd, 2010

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