Industrial Apartment Gets Rid Of Its Walls In Favor Of Open Space Living
An apartment that only measures 35 square meters across is pretty small and doesn’t really allow that many options in terms of internal layout and design. The architects at MÁS epiteszek were convinced they could make something great out this place – an apartment located in Budapest, Hungary.
They were very successful in their endeavor and this is the result: a completely redesigned flat with an entire new look. All the interior walls were demolished and all the rooms were combined into one. This space acts as a kitchen, a living room, a dining area and a bedroom. It’s spacious but even so all these areas had to be delineated somehow. That’s where the role of the furniture comes in.
The bathroom and a mechanical room are clustered along the entrance, leaving everything else inside a large open space. An industrial decor envelops the entire apartment, giving it a masculine feel without creating an unwelcoming look. There’s more to the interior design that just that. Some furniture pieces are multifunctional and some are very space-efficient, such as the wall bed or the sliding panels which reveal a kitchen hidden behind closed doors. For a one-room apartment this place is surprisingly spacious and very user-friendly.