Urban living space is becoming more coveted as consumers shift back into urban locations and populations increase, so the 'Taac' micro apartment identifies how a space could be made without the need for much physical room.
Featuring a 29.5 square meter size, the 'Taac' apartment boasts living space that includes a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and home office to ensure it's as functional as possible for a modern inhabitant. This is achieved thanks to a shifting wall that hides and reveals functionalities as required to increase overall efficiency without the need for music space.
The 'Taac' micro apartment is the design work of the Italy-based architecture firm Planair and identifies how modern city architecture and design will need to shift to accommodate increasing populations.
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