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JPDA architects in Brooklyn, New York, have designed this compact solution in an East Village apartment.
The owner wanted a multi-purpose apartment, combining both work and privacy.
Here’s the thought of built-in storage in every room. Thus, priceless floor space is released.
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For the owner Michael Pozner, who uses the apartment as a job zone, it was time for a constructive change.
The apartment was full of things that did not have a designated space.
– It looked like a dormitory at college. Our goal was to make the apartment to suit the owner’s lifestyle, “says Darrick Borowski in the architect office in an email to Click. no.
After going through the apartment with the owner, they agreed on three main goals:
- Get rid of the mess: Make a lot of storage space.
- Define and organize places for sleeping, eating, washing and dressing.
- Make the expression more mature, with minimal color.
The result was to put the kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and sleeping loft into a unit where storage was prioritized.
Extensive use of wood in the interior adds heat to the minimalist rooms.
The bedroom is located on the fairway at the end of a staircase with smart storage trays in each step.
The bed, which is located above the work room, is also custom-made and is located above the work room. .
The kitchen cabinets are pulled all the way up to the ceiling to ensure maximum storage.
The kitchen cabinets are connected with the high cabins in the hallway, yesterday in the same materials.
The result is a good home and an efficient workplace with built-in workstations.
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