The Transformer Apartment Shows You How To Save Space In A Tiny Home

The complex mind of a human being can solve almost any problem so, naturally, the lack of space won’t stand in its way. A tiny apartment doesn’t represent a problem if you know how to use the space in your favor. Still don’t know what we’re talking about? Take a look at this place. It’s a small apartment in New York and it has a very interesting interior design.

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The apartment was designed by Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver or Noroof Architects. In total, it occupies 640 square feet of space. It’s a compact space with narrow rooms and not exactly a great layout.

The architects were faced with a big challenge when they had to turn this place into a practical and comfortable home. Remodeling the apartment was not easy but the solutions the archtiects found for all the problems are very inspiring.

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The kids’ bedroom is very small and so narrow that having a bed in there would pretty much occupy the whole room. It’s why this ingenious system is so interesting and great. The bed disappears into the wall unit revealing a desk. Similar practical and ingenious ideas were used in the rest of the apartment as well.

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This place had to be transformed into a comfortable home for a family of three. The rooms feature flexible and multifunctional designs. In the living room, for example, the bookcase hides a desk which can be pulled down whenever needed. There are things like vertical storage spaces in the kitchen, drawers under the bed and even a secret storage space under the bedroom floor.{found on dwell}.