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WATCH: This 24sqm Apartment Turns Into Infinite Spaces

From empty cube to fully functional home!

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We've always found transforming homes as special and unique—and what's not to love? It features incredible use of space, furniture, and creativity. One home that captured our attention is the 24sqm apartment owned by Barcelona-based photographer Christian Schallert. Whether he is getting ready for bed, dressing up, or eating, it involves action—to sleep he rolls his bed out from the balcony, to dress up he folds out his closet, and to cook he clicks a button to reveal the kitchen.

Inspired by furniture aboard boats and streamlined Japanese homes, Schallert commissioned architect Barbara Appolloni to design his home. Would you believe that it's a remodeled pigeon loft? Get inspired by Christian's creativity and new perspective of sustainable living by watching the video below:

Christian has recently sold his space in the Born district to invest in the hotel business.

Main photo from: The Interior Design.

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