Micro flats have offered as a viable solution to urban housing crises, affordability issues, and dynamic lifestyles. The designs of compact dwellings vary accross the spectrum as each architectural practice is eager to showcase its user-friendly and space-saving iterations.
An interesting concept for a micro flat is envisioned by Spanish studio Husos Arquitectos who was tasked with creating a compact living abode for a young doctor and his dog. The space is lined with plywood and it measures 46 square meters. The firm has made some bold decisions in terms of furnishing as it has installed a cozy sleeping pod that is ideal for naps and for when guests stay over.
In designing the micro flat, Husos Arquitectos was tasked with a few obstacles, including the need for a well-ventilated apartment and a space that would be comfortable to entertain guests in.
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