If you have kids, you might know that 73 square meter apartment isn’t that large if you want to maintain your life quality and give enough space for kids to play. Developed by the architects at Glenn Medioni, the owner of the apartment below wants the design studio helps them to optimize the space and to make the child’s room bigger.
In order to make that happen, the designer creatively cut hallway and reduce the space for entrance and bathroom. The entry door now leads directly into the living/dining open area and a large and multi-functional unit is built to provide enough storage and even a corner work-space. A wall made of thin wood panels arranged vertically and horizontally separates the communal spaces from the private areas. Behind it is the bathroom and the parents’ bedroom. As for the kids room, all furniture was gathered into a single longitudinal module which contains a loft bed accessible via a ladder, a desk and plenty of storage, occupying one half of the room. And the other half serves as a playground. It seems a pretty good arrangment. What do you think?