Vlad Mishin

Hidden home space

Probably one of our favourite uses of simply plywood, this micro-apartment was designed by Russian designer Vlad Mishin and has been named his ‘Transformer Apartment’.

The feature wall consists of three rotating blocks, which open up to reveal a bathroom, a television and shelving panel, and a compact kitchen. The buckled aesthetic of the wall builds upon the dramatic angles created by the dark metal frame contrasted with the raw, organic nature of the plywood.

The wall also splits the apartment into two parts: a working and sleeping space and a living and dining space. It is a gorgeous example of how it is possible to make a small space feel like a much larger, more functional, living area.

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This entry was published on January 23, 2014 at 9:37 am. It’s filed under design, furniture, interior design, wood and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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