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This Madrid Home Has Hidden Furniture and Moveable Walls

 - Jan 15, 2014
References: elii.es & dezeen
For busy urban centers like the city of Madrid in Spain, space is precious; and in response to the tight and compact spaces, local Spanish studio Elii Architects designed a clever space that can optimize the amount of space in a Madrid home. The rooms are completely rearrangeable and can be modified as the occupant pleases. Through moving walls, taking furniture down from the ceiling, the space is optimized by movable structures that can be adapted to host a variety of different activities within the apartment.

The modular home is extremely fun, with pink sliding partitions to open up the main living space or to close off some spaces to create smaller and more intimate spaces. To capitalize on the element of fun, the architects installed the home with a playground swing, a disco ball and a hammock that can be lowered down from the ceiling.