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The Suspended Bed Adds a Touch of Classy Aestheticism While Saving Space

By: Akihiko Tse - Published: Sep 23, 2013 • References: habitat-my and mymodernmet
With the increasingly scarce living space in London, England, this suspended bed is one way to save a room's capacity without sacrificing any of its aesthetic modernism.

Suspended above the living area with a connecting staircase, the bed is a divine architectural piece that seemingly creates a huge amount of space, expanding the entire living area of the apartment. With the suspended bed, the apartment's walking room is also enlarged, and complements the graceful decor of the apartment without hampering visual space, so as to not look crammed and stuffy.

The suspended bed leads to a balcony that continues on from the staircase leading to the bed, where there is a retractable glass skylight that leads to a 500 square foot rooftop garden. For anyone living in a bachelor or studio apartment, the suspended bed would be a perfect feature to completely segregate the sleeping space from guest and company.