Living efficiently in a studio apartment definitely requires careful planning, and one of the largest challenges is separating the bedroom from the living area. This custom-fabricated millwork insertion designed by Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture for a Battery Park studio, solves that problem, and a few others as well. In addition to providing the studio with a bedroom divider, the piece also holds additional storage and display shelving.
The unit features a built-in ladder leading up to the lofted bed that also doubles as shelves. Deep drawers accessed from the side of the unit provides additional storage options.
A bookshelf and nightstand are seamlessly integrated into the bed’s design.
Additional storage and desk space is located opposite of the loft cube.
The seamless design of the bed unit is carried over to the countertop as it is elevated off of the cabinet doors disguising a hidden pull.
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture is an award-winning multidisciplinary practice combining sustainable architecture, interiors, digital media, branding and experience design. Check out more work from this innovative firm on their website.
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