It’s hard enough to find furniture that boasts form and function, but when you have fit everything in a cubicle-sized apartment, the task becomes even more impossible. Luckily, architects Julie Nabucet and Marc Baillargeon partnered to demonstrate how the smallest of apartments can be redesigned to provide more leg room.
Their latest project, a tiny 130-square-foot apartment located in Paris, features an innovative bed design that can be pulled out during the night and concealed during the day. Neatly installed under the elevated kitchen landing, the Disappearing Bed can be positioned halfway to double as a comfortable sofa, transforming the master bedroom into a stylish lounge. The designers even created a complementary coffee table that can be slid under the hanging shelves nearby. Bed linens and pillows can be stored in the adjacent stairs.
This minimalistic design project is an example of how you can find comfort in the tinniest of urban space.
See how the designers fit all the essentials into the micro-spaced apartment below.