60-Square-Meter Transformer Apartment Design Concept
Architect Vlad Mishin created a cool design concept for a 60-square-meter apartment in a transformer style. A small apartment in modern design features small space but includes all the necessary zones for living and even working. The room is divided with a metal-framed plywood partition that acts as a wall and a unit for a TV and a kitchen. When necessary the partition’s doors open and close to create a separate room or connect with the other half of apartment.
Small Transformer Apartment Concept
Transformer apartment design concept by Vlad Mishin
The partition divides the room into two halves, one of which is filled with public spaces like a living area, kitchen and dining and the other one with private zones like bedroom and a home office.
The partition also features some storage space like shelves for books and DVDs. A refrigerator and the entire kitchen are hidden from view thanks to the partition doors. A block with TV is rotating both ways so that it can face the living room as well as the bedroom allowing to enjoy a favorite movie from a stylish yellow sofa or a lounge chair with an ottoman.
The small-spaced apartment even includes a home office located in the bedroom. The bed itself is built into a system that includes a storage unit, a platform and steps for an easy bed access.
This is a great design concept, both practical and stylish. We especially love the hidden kitchen. All areas have their own purpose and place and the partition offers various solutions to a ‘lack of space’ problem. It’s also very interesting in design as it’s angular shape makes it look interesting and eye-drawing.
Take a look at this amazing transformer apartment and tell us what do you think about it?
- interior design 60 square meters
- 60 square meter house design
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