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Small Manhattan Apartment: Unfolding Apartment by Normal Projects

Inspiring small apartment is very valuable and useful in a global society with the increasing and the lack of space in large urban areas. If you have a small apartment and think that the space seems to be less every day, and you think about how to live in a studio apartment 450 square feet as found in this Monkeyzen. Flexibility and compactness are two words that describe this miniature apartment. Thanks to the clever arrangement of space, the apartment has everything you need: including living room, kitchen, breakfast alcove, bathroom, pull-out work space, cabinets, bookcases, lighting, sofa bed and extra bed for guests. Residents, Eric Schneider, happy to have own little studio apartment Upper West Side, after living for a year and a half in size in Japan. Designed by Real Projects, Apartments Unfolding is described by creators as “Bigger than furniture; smaller than architecture.” A custom-made cabinet large blue contains a lot of furniture-down and pull-fold out of the apartment. Architect, friends Eric, is required to meet one key demand: Murphy bed, which they cleverly incorporated in the closet. By Eric have friends over two times a week, he needed a space that will include an entertaining lifestyle and comfortable. His love for cooking is the reason for the planned kitchen, featuring a large counter that serves as a dining table for three.

  1. April 21, 2011 at 7:08 pm

    It’s really amazing how they transformed the space in this small Manhattan apartment. The pull-down bed and separation screens make this living space comfortable, not cramped. That’s something hard to accomplish in a 450 square foot studio!

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