Sunday, December 9, 2012

The Apartment Of The Future

Simon Woodroffe has created a home which offers four times the rooms within the confines of a typical one-bedroom apartment.
Hidden rooms, which are operated via 12 mechanical moving parts, are designed to create four 860 sq ft (80 sq/m) rooms in one single 860 sq ft apartment. As a result the property boasts a master bedroom suite, second bedroom, a sunken sitting room, cinema, dining room, office, full-size kitchen, breakfast room, bathroom, party room and even a wine cellar. It incorporates the principles of Japanese living, where the simple and adaptable layout of traditional rooms allows many activities to take place in the same space. 

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