A small apartment in Madrid that offered very little space for multiple functions is transformed with the addition of a series of sliding chipboard units containing the kitchen, bedroom and storage. The units can be pushed together into a single volume or divided to create one or more rooms within the available space.
‘All I Own House’ by PKMN Architectures modifies the client’s apartment, which formerly belonged to her grandmother, to make the space far more versatile than it has ever been without sacrificing the large open space adjacent to the new built-in cabinetry.
It takes just minutes to change that space from a bedroom to a kitchen, living room or study, with the dividers placed on industrial sliding rails. A dining/work table and the bed both fold down from their respective cabinets.
Each unit offers plenty of storage for items like books, clothes, linens and tableware, which can be hidden away to reduce clutter. The chosen material, oriented strand board (OSB), makes the project highly affordable while also adding some texture and warmth to the room.