322 sq. ft. (30m sq.)
Architects: Queeste Architecten
I've previously blogged about architecture as furniture and its efficiencies. Despite its small footprint, "molding" and "wrapping" allow the furniture and the architecture to do double duty. This apartment, is a “bed & breakfast” located on the third floor in the attic of a private house in The Hague. The client and owner lives in the same building.
"The limited floor space of 30m² has been equipped with the following functions: a sleeping accommodation for 2 people a dining area for up to 4 people a kitchen a toilet a bathroom with shower an installations area various storage facilities. The goal of the design was to create a living environment that would be spacious despite the small volume, providing all the comforts belonging to luxurious contemporary lodging. In addition, Maff Apartment was to have a clear and strong identity to provide a sense of uniqueness for its users." - Via - Dezeen