This project aims to address today’s key urban challenges: How can design address our increasing need to do more in less space? How can we leverage emerging construction methods to address the critical demand for housing? What is home today, after the traditional family?
The design integrates a lift-bed that disappears into the ceiling, opening the space to other usages, a modular sofa, compact storage, and balcony planters, carefully designed to reactivate local biodiversity. The interior design language stands on simplicity, elegance and genuine materials. Microcement floor finishes and birch plywood furniture were chosen to combine long-lasting, easy to maintain qualities with unordinary yet timeless aesthetics.