This apartment has been designed by Jack Chen of the tsai design studio as a living space in Richmond in the city of Melbourne, Australia to offer an inhabitant a comfortable yet highly compact space to live and/or work.
Offering just 35-square-meters of living space, the apartment draws design inspiration from tiny homes yet offers ample space for living, working, cooking and relaxing, as required. This is achieved thanks to hidden components throughout including a workstation in the living room, a bike rack behind the couch and adequate storage space.
The apartment by tsai design addresses the increasing need for multifunctional urban living spaces as consumers shift to work and live more in the same space rather than keeping the two separate.
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