The Transformer project, as it is called, creates a flexible, adaptive mini-loft that emphasizes open views while providing supportive functionality — architecture and furniture opens, folds and slides, responding to different uses.
The sliding door to the bedroom can also be used to hide the shelving units and as a screen. How clever is that?
The main table in the kitchen area has hydraulic legs so that the table can be used for cooking, as a works space and for meals. It also have five drawers, so plenty of storage.
The sofa also have hidden drawers. More storage.
The Murphy bed are perfectly balanced so it can be opened and closed just by using the fingertips.
Photos by Bart Michiels