The multiple use of spaces has become one of the constant points of focus these days, as a result of the continuous expansion of cities and their real estate deficit. In this 30 square meter apartment in Brasília, Brazil, BEP Architects answered the request for intimate and social day by day life. However, those two areas could not be set apart, due to the unit’s size. BEP Architects worked creatively on answering the challenging demand.
The layout of the apartment was suited to the owners’ needs, functioning both as an intimate or familiar space and as a social space, giving the impression of being twice its size. The bathroom door is camouflaged, the retractile bed and the sideboard that turns into the dinning table gives mobility to the layout. The wood, the concrete paint and the dark floor provide harmony. Check out the video for an incredible interior transformation! [Information submitted via e-mail by BEP Architects; Photography by Haruo Mikami]