Modular wall in the interior of a small apartment
In a small apartment, a modular wall can become a real salvation. Rising rent led to the fact that people have to live in smaller and smaller rooms, however, this provokes imagination and the search for creative ideas for a small interior.
Using sliding doors that hide confusion and divide territory, Australian architect Brad Schwartz developed this project maximizing the space used in Darlington, New South Wales.
Storage system performs one more function - divides the space
Working with a limited budget in a very limited space, Schwartz manages to solve the problem of lack of space. He added a wall to the room, which is a modular storage system, thereby giving it various functionalities.
The architect explained:
"Although initially this apartment was one-room, my task was to accommodate in it all habitable habitation zones: an open living room, a dining room and a kitchen. A minimalistic design was chosen to fill the room with light and create the illusion of space. "
This wall-transformer, with a width of only 43 cm, contains a folding table, a mini-bar and a place for storing books and other personal things. On the left is the door-compartment, which leads to the bathroom.
Numerous boxes have huge functionality
In order to create the illusion of a large room, Schwarz performed parquet and as thin as possible elements.
Parquet was chosen specifically for a small room
Kitchen apron is a mirror that visually expands the space.
Mirror finish expands the space
In the bedroom also leads the door-compartment. The entire room is occupied by a spacious bed, beneath which is a convenient storage system. In addition, boxes for storing things are built into the walls.
The whole bedroom is occupied by a comfortable bed
The architect achieved a successful division of space and the filling of a small apartment with all the functions of a large living space. Small but important elements, such as mirrors and special parquet - are brilliant ideas that will expand any space.
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