Architecture Workshop

August 8, 2016

Architecture Workshop’s 400-Square-Foot Studio Has a Secret Bedroom and Sleeps Six

Almost every New Yorker has been tasked with the challenge of smartly utilizing a tiny apartment. But Architecture Workshop takes the prize for the unbelievable challenge of transforming a 400-square-foot prewar studio into a modern space that hosts 10 for dinner, sleeps six, and includes a home office to boot. The firm created a multi-functional space with tons of cabinetry that blurs the line between furniture and architecture. The result, as the firm puts it, is "an airy modern apartment where everything has its place."
See how they did it