An experiment in small living, Patrick Kennedy designed a tiny studio apartment in San Francisco where 42% of all households are singletons.
It may be a mere 160 square feet, but transformer-like it has a sofa that turns into a bed, a bench that turns into a dining table and two chairs and an ‘appliance garage’ where the fridge, microwave and toaster are tucked out of sight when not in use. The apartment feels sleek and modern like a high end hotel.
Designer Kennedy has spent a lot of time camping in an Airstream trailer and knows how to make every square inch count. He makes this small space feel bigger with high ceilings, big windows with a big view, quality materials and a surprisingly big bathroom.
It really makes you think about what you need versus what you think you need. Even my 750 sf townhome feels humongous after looking at this efficient space.
Source: See the original article and video of the space here.