Studio Garneau Creates a Morphing Home from a Tired Prewar Apartment

Posted On Tue, September 9, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, September 9, 2014 By In Interiors, Manhattan, Quirky Homes

Why settle for a boring one-bedroom when you can live in a home that morphs to create different rooms? Inhabitat NYC recently featured Studio Garneau‘s Transformer, a cool mini-loft that can, you guessed it, transform to fit its tenants’ needs. The NYC-based architecture firm started with a dilapidated, multi-room prewar apartment, knocked down the walls, and then built a large, track-mounted sliding wall that acts as the main transforming piece. Flexible and easy to move, the wall can be closed to separate the bedroom and common areas for a sleek minimalist look, or be opened up to create one airy, uninterrupted space.

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