This micro housing concept has been developed by Michael K. Chen Architecture (MKCA) for hardware manufacturer Häfele to identify what could be done to maximize functionality for urbanites. The living space features 390-square-feet of floor area, which has been expertly accented by an array of multifunctional fixtures that make the most of the ultra-minimal dwelling. The L-shaped apartment includes an entertainment zone in front of the sofa, a table with a hidden TV within, a pull-out console for seating six, a secret motorized bar and more.
The micro housing concept is prototyped for New York City and addresses the ever-increasing demand for comfortable urban living spaces that maximize what the inhabitant can do in very little area.
Image Credit: MKCA / Häfele