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The Disappearing Bed is a Small Space Contraption

 - Jan 16, 2014
References: julienabucet & mymodernmet
Like an act in a magic show, the Disappearing Bed vanishes from sight with a snap of a finger. Well, it might not sneak away that simply, but the idea is there. Made for a very small 130-square-foot living space, the Disappearing Bed is not what one might think at first. Not only does it boast a full-blown mattress, it hides away under the specially created elevated kitchen.

Designed by architects Julie Nabucet and Marc Baillargeon, the space that the Disappearing Bed resides in was once the master bathroom of a fairly large apartment. Now converted into quarters suitable for a student living in Paris, France, the architects had to flex their creativity when outfitting the space. The Disappearing Bed can also convert into a couch.