Type Street Apartment
The Design Emotive • Documentary, Special Interest, 01-Jan-2021
When architect Jack Chen bought his 1970s one-bedroom walk-up apartment, he saw potential and wanted to turn it into a home for himself. With small apartments, the challenge is trying to fit multiple rooms and uses into a restricted floor plan, but Jack employed some strategic thinking with flexible furniture, hidden doors and unusual window placements.
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