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Architects Julie Nabucet and Marc Baillargeon have designed a 16 square-meter Parisian apartment with a Disppearing Bed.
The tiny space available in this home challenged the designers to think of creative ways to maximize it. The solution is the Disappearing Bed – the concept is to combine the kitchen, the ‘living room’ and and a completely integrated bed for a ‘bedroom’.

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Description from the architects:

Bringing all the activities and the comfort of an apartment in an old bathroom: this was the challenge of this project for a student. The implementation of a platform has enabled us to create the surface using the surface for kitchen and bathroom, and the underside as a means of modulating the living space.
Indeed, the bed can be fully extended to a sleeping area, or half hidden under the platform to form the foundation of a room, or completely embedded in the platform, to allow the free volume.
Carpentry, custom, allows us to offer a planning office, closed storage used headboard, and a bar that marks a separation from the ‘rooms’.

 

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