Never Too Small • Documentary
Once a cramped apartment with an irregular form, the 30sqm TAAAC! was completely transformed by ATOMAA into an adaptable, spacious and playful space. By shifting the kitchen and bathroom to the perimeter and introducing a movable wall, they allow the user to adapt and open up the space depending on their needs. Allowing double sided access and space for a study area, walk in closet, as well as a full size kitchen.
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