From extremely angular designs to tiny, yet livable designs, these futuristic departments are a peek into what people can expect for less spacious dwellings in the future.
In fact, even though apartments are usually on the smaller side, many architects have found ways to make the most out of such a small space. Some include folding furniture, and others even have rotating walls to give that living room an extra inch or two of space. It's also great to see so many architecture firms doing their best to make complexes more eco-friendly, incorporating more green spaces instead of staying satisfied with plain concrete structures.
For city-dwellers, these futuristic apartments could be the main places to live in twenty years or so.
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By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published: Apr 5, 2014