Snarkitecture Box/Box Budget Residence
Architects Daniel Arsham and Alex Mustonen from Snarkitecture, a New York architecture firm have plastered the apartment walls with 25, 000 ping-pong balls. They called it Box/Box and it isn’t hard to imagine why. It really does look like a box but it is also incredibly creative and simple. A 90 m2 Box/Box residence is located in the or more exactly above 2.500 m2 office where Arsham works.
The place is a study in simplicity. Arsham’s got a bed with some built-in shelves and a dresser, where he keeps a few clothes. To enter the loft, he climbs a ladder through the office’s employee bathroom.
The idea of a loft has started off as an experimental design project. The apartment makeover took only two months and it’s called budget residence because its cost turned out to be less than $100 per square foot. The small space apartment is meant only for sleeping and dressing.
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