Domestic Transformer – 24 different room configurations on 344 square foot
Gary Chang, a Hong Kong architect, lives in a tiny apartment (344 square foot), but thanks to accordion-like wall units, he can create at least 24 different room configurations – kitchen, library, laundry room, dressing room, a lounge with a hammock, an enclosed dining area and even a wet bar…
The walls in the apartment’s main room, awash in yellow because of tinted windows, are pushed against the wall to the left to create an open space, with CDs to the left and the desk to the right. Beyond the CD wall is a washer-dryer nook and a wall for the TV.
Mr. Chang uses a hydraulic Murphy bed of his own design, hidden behind a sofa during the day
Anyway, if you are interested in this “Domestic Transformer”, you can see the video below to know more.
all photos: Marcel Lam for The New York Times