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Jumpstart Your Day: A Custom-made 32sqm Apartment

Ingenious use of plywood completes this small home

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To turn an empty space into a cozy home, architect Paul Coudamy used CNC-cut plywood. CNC machining involves the use of computers to control machine tools. The result is a maximized space complete with kitchen, living area, and an elevated bedroom. The presence of wood gives the space a distinct warm and homey vibe.

Aside from plywood, the space also highlights a sculptural "cloud" which can be controlled to change shape and brightness depending on the owner's mood. Be inspired to give your small space an upgrade and watch the video below. (Source: faircompanies.com)

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