Chamber De Bonne
Never Too Small • Documentary
Hidden on the top floor attic space of a historic 1800’s building is the aptly named, Chambre de Bonne (maid’s room in French) designed by nonestudio. Inspired by yacht design, nonestudio redesigned this tiny 10sqm (+ 4sqm loft) home in eastern Milan as a seamless and versatile space; using a continuous wooden lining throughout to connect the home's surfaces and create a series of flexible living spaces.
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