Small studio apartment in Manhattan states a fascinating case where space isn’t necessary to create a comfortable environment. Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture is the firm that designed the 500 square foot home-office apartment, working closely with the client to meet all of their ideas somewhere in the middle. The chemistry between them was very productive and adding the designers’ experience made this the success key of the project.
Basically, everything that it’s made of wood hides some sort of storage space. From the stairs that each has a drawer, to the crowded kitchen covered in wood from top to bottom, there’s nothing that doesn’t seeks for saving some space. And while the living room shares space with the office, the bedroom has been moved upstairs, making room for a walk-in closet right below, under the stairs. Nothing from the client’s comfort is compromised, as functionality, space economy and privacy were the primary elements taken into consideration.