Stand-alone room includes extra storage space and pet sleeping quarters.

In order to make the most of their limited floor space in the city, urban dwellers often have to come up with creative ways to hack their space. For those living in loft apartments, Dan Hisel has come up with the Z-Box, a stand-alone bedroom that serves as a room divider and additional storage space. The idea can also be put to work in studio apartments, and other spaces with open floor plans.

Z-Box features a simple design made from 12 pieces that can be rolled through even the smallest of apartment doors. Built with a translucent shell and Douglas fir frame, the free-standing bedroom is easy to assemble on-site. The finished cube measures just 12-feet-across and 10-feet-tall, and would look just as good tucked away in the corner as it would on display in the middle of the room.

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