This quirky layout fits a surprising amount of levels and hidden compartments into an ultra-tiny room, generating a system of storage and sleeping locations that help offset the essential additions to assistance each and every floor.
Beriot Bernardini Arquitectos (photographs by Yen Chen) made the main floor a massive open residing area with a smaller kitchen counter area tucked towards the door and the bathroom behind it. White, white and much more white maintain the visual palette straightforward, open and vivid.
Over, a lofted sleeping area is not tall adequate to stand in but ideal for sitting or sleeping, taking benefit of the not-very-double-height room.
In among, an interstitial location gives closet and other storage area with standing room only – but absolutely nothing else is really needed there so it all looks to operate. The total result is a good variety of spatial experiences, making one particular feel much less stuck in the automatically-low square footage offered.