Paris is infamous for its horrendously high rent prices and lack of living space. So in response to the problem, an architecture firm took on the task of turning the tiniest of rooms into an apartment complete with all the usual mod cons.
Architects from Kitoko Studio remodelled an old eight-metre-square maid’s room or 'chambre de bonne' into a furnished liveable space.
Based on the concept of a Swiss Army Knife, all the features and amenities are neatly tucked and folded away behind cupboards. Pull on one handle to reveal a staircase with storage space or open up a cupboard door to reveal a tiny bathroom.
We'll let the video explain the rest.
Would you fancy living here?
by Simone Flückiger