Never Too Small • Documentary
Determined not to let the limited square meterage and awkwardness of two pitched roofs affect the functional potential of this 1940’s studio apartment, Architect Pierluigi Colombo cleverly designed a few pieces of multifunctional furniture. Introducing a central divider that splits the apartment and houses a large fold away table in the lobby and a wardrobe for the main bedroom. As well as creating additional living room storage in a wall that contains a fold down double bed that neatly rests on top of the sofa. Designing enough flexible space for up to 4 people to share and enjoy this bright apartment.
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