Jumpstart Your Day: A 700-square-foot Apartment for Two Couples
See how this small space transforms into two micro-studio units
We have featured a couple of transforming tiny spaces that make small space living fun, creative, and comfortable. In today's edition of Jumpstart Your Day, we put the spotlight on a 700-suare-foot apartment that can be shared by two couples or two occupants. It showcases a 20sqm communal space where the kitchen and dining areas are located. Meanwhile, the two micro units have a sleeping area with a "mezzanine" or mini loft which can be turned into a private nook or lounge area, a bathroom/shower area, and a table which can be used for dining or working.
Mike Davies of residential design studio, Studio P10, wanted to experiment with creating a small apartment that can be shared by strangers. Architects Miguel Angel and Elodie Grammont of Miel Arquitectos helped with the project as well. Watch the video below and learn more about "flexible co-existence." (Source: faircompanies.com)
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