Transformer Apartment by Vlad Mishin

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Small spaces may be more of a challenge to design than larger ones, but the payoff is well worth the effort. Take this amazing transformer apartment by Russian designer Vlad Mishin for instance, a tiny space that has been maximized using a transforming wall.

With just 645 square feet of living space, Mishin knew that something needed to be done to make the space feel larger. Enter a massive, faceted wall structure that rotates, opens and closes to reveal things like an entertainment system for the television to a fully function kitchen. Even the bathroom doors are hidden by the black metal framework and plywood that make up the wall to wall structure. Further maximizing the space, the designer opted for a build-in bed complete with closet at the top of the staircase. Check out some of the photos below.

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