This tiny transforming apartment is in Barcelona.
Thanks to Kirsten Dirksen you’ll get an inside tour too.
The space is just 258 square feet.
Designed to function as a living lego by Barbara Appollini, architect.
The design was inspired by small Japanese homes and space saving boat furniture.
The funny thing is that this apartment used to be water tank storage for the building.
It’s located in the attic of the building so it was modified to allow for a roof terrace with beautiful city views.
The walls and furniture can be used in a bunch of different ways.
Everything can be hidden besides the bathroom.
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Photo credits: Lucia Carretero
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