This is the Tokyo Switch apartment with areas that morph into offices by using large sliding walls.
The walls turn areas of the home into multi-functional spaces. It’s designed by architect Yuko Shibata and the concept is called Switch.
The morphing walls give the occupants a library, office space, extra shelves, privacy within rooms, entertainment space, and more. I think you’ll find this to be quite amazing!
This saves the homeowner thousands of dollars in office space, commuting, and more. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Tokyo Switch Apartment with Morphing Rooms
Video: Switch Flat in Tokyo with Rooms that Transform into Offices
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