Highly Flexible Cube Room in Moscow Especially Designed for Studying
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Highly Flexible Cube Room in Moscow Especially Designed for Studying

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Who doesn’t think of ways to bring some adventure right into the heart of their apartment? Architects Ruetemple took on a challenging project: to design a 33 square meter place in Moscow for two students, a sister and a brother. The new studio had to provide good opportunities for studying, as well as for recreation. You can see the results in the photos below: a playful cube, filled with wood, grid hammocks and many great studying corners.

The architects explain the wining concept: “Work area is fixed, recreation area is dynamic, it can be changed due to the cube-transformer. Cube consists of three mobile modules. Depending on the positions of the modules cube transforms the room into a living room, a cozy chill-out room, a parlor, a room within a room or a bedroom with one or two beds – transformations are numerous“. Initially discovered by Freshome on Arch Daily, this innovative room design could set the tone for more dynamic, playful homes. How do you find it?

 

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