The Zoku Loft is a 25 square meter micro-apartment that uses intelligent design to function as a home, leisure space as well as office depending on the need of the hour.
The loft separates living and functional space, and features a built-in unit on one end that rises up either side of the entrance passageway and across the top. The facility includes plenty of slide-out storage space, shelving and space for home electronics. Meanwhile the sleeping space can be hidden from view during formal work sessions using wooden screens.
The Zoku Loft is part of a growing movement in architecture to cater to people's changing lifestyles. As Zoku co-founder Hans Meyer says, "boundaries between work and leisure are fading, and blurring borders have made people more mobile than ever."
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