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Interior-transformer: 5 variants of arrangement of furniture

Is it possible to create in one roomMultifunctional space? For this apartment, designers have developed a suite that allows you to combine 5 full rooms in one. Whether this option is right for you, you will learn from the article. A small rectangular one-storey apartment in Madrid went to designer Yolanda Pila as a legacy from her grandmother. Being a representative of the creative profession, the girl decided to come up with a fantasy to the question of interior design. She asked for help in the architectural studio PKMN Architectures, one of the leading architects of which and became the author of this, without exaggeration, a brilliant project. David Pérez García, a talented architect known for his creative approach to the organization of space, has developed for the apartment of Yolanda a unique mobile set-transformer, consisting of three mobile modules. Thanks to the skillfully designed and manufacturedFrom OSB (oriented chipboard) to module structures, the interior of the apartment can be transformed into various spaces according to the functional: a bedroom, an office, a kitchen, a living room and a dressing room. Literally on the wave of the womanly hand of Yolanda, the situation obediently adapts to her needs and the daily routine. In the assembled state, the structure is a large rack with shelves and working surfaces, which is part of the living room, which also closes the bathroom from the corner of the apartment. But just move one of the blocks, and the transformations begin. If you move the first module to the kitchen area, then one of its sides is transformed into a worktop and a kitchen rack. Is it time for a business meeting? It is enough to lay down the kitchen table, close the first module to the kitchen set - and it's ready: in the center of the apartment there was a business space with a huge round chalkboard for presentations of Yolanda on one of the walls and a functional rack for another. Our opinion: - Please note that an important role in completing the transformations is played by sliding doors made of the same material as furniture. They mask the ends of the modules, imitating the wall panels. Certainly, this creative and energeticA girl like Yolanda needs a place for comfortable rest. Another module moves to the side, and the girl is in the bedroom, one of the walls of which hides in itself not only a comfortable folding bed, but also boxes for storing bed linen and other necessary trifles. Incredible, but that's not all. In such a small space, the architect managed to accommodate a spacious dressing room. It will open to the eye, if you add the bed and the last, the third module is moved to the others. So taking an invigorating morning shower, Yolanda, like a real woman and a professional designer, can afford to comfortably and leisurely choose the outfit of the day. The interior of the apartment completely displaysMobility and creativity of its inhabitants. Here everything is arranged for the mores and needs of Yolanda. Even the material was not chosen by chance. Multilayer slabs of large wood chips, in addition to strength and inexpensive cost, liked the architect's original texture. The appearance of the material satisfied the basic stylistic preferences of both the customer and the author of the project: environmental friendliness, minimalism, originality. We are sure that such an unusual and comfortable apartment will inspire her creative master-designer to create no less amazing and ingenious collections. Javier de Paz García dezeen.com

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