This 33 SQM flat has 3 different levels including entry level, kitchen level and bedroom level. The main feature is the floor to ceiling shelving consists kitchen cabinet, bookshelves and wardrobe. The long stairs is an extra sitting and a laid back area for this micro flat.
The existing property consisted of a four-storey Victorian terraced house divided into 11 bedsits with a back garden. The client wished to convert the property into a new co-living concept to cater to the strong rental demand in London and changing living habits. Bicbloc managed to reconfigure the original layout into 14 serviced 18 sqm studio apartments.
The 324 Gallery is an example of how small residential unit could be used efficiently and multi-functionally. Through integrating the concept of gallery, Sim-Plex created a unique, playful sense of space that suit not only to living, but also as an artwork showroom.
George is sited between a university campus and a burgeoning creative quarter, in a 1950s apartment block of identical studios originally built for nurse’s accommodation. At 28m2, George is yet another iteration in the study of micro apartments epitomized by a return to the fundamentals of dwelling and access to the vibrancy of the city.
The redesign of a 27sqm studio apartment in Sydney’s, Woolloomooloo. The project is an exercise in modest, low cost, good quality design that can be afforded. The one-room apartment offers a proposal for future high-density urban living for one person families; the fastest growing demographic.
Designed by Vertebrae Architecture + Design, the Venice Micro Apartment fits all living program (eating, sleeping, lounging, bathing) into a compact 330 square feet (30 sqm). Full height hidden storage delineates space and provides visual and acoustic privacy. The minimal material palette minimizes distraction and maximizes the spatial quality of the apartment. Photo by Art Gray […]