This teeny-tiny (conceptual) apartment space is a mere 60 square meters (or around 200 square feet), but uses creative construction to create distinct zones. The undulating, angular wall looks a lot like an oversized piece of modern art, but it is actually a wall with several openings that can be opened or closed based on the residents’ needs.
When completely closed up, the wall is a sculptural wooden screen dividing the apartment in half. Its components look like randomly placed blocks, but they all serve a purpose. Their black metal framework moves in strategic ways to change the purpose and area of the apartment. The middle of the wall unfolds to reveal the kitchen with a special niche for the refrigerator.
At one end of of room, three rotating blocks turn around to form the entertainment area and the door to the bedroom/office. When these blocks are closed, the entertainment area faces in toward the bedroom and office area. Finally, a small portion of the wall opens up to the bathroom. The interior, designed by Vlad Mishin, is a unique concept that adds some style to the idea of living stylishly in a very small space.