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How to arrange a studio in 8m2?

How to arrange a studio in 8m2?


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Parisian students can tell you about it: living in a 9m2 room is a real ordeal of optimization! But that was before the studio architect Kitoko's office proved to us that we can fit many things into an 8m2 with a lot of ingenuity!

A real Swiss knife

Located on the 7th floor of a beautiful Haussmannian building in Paris, this maid's room of 8m2 has been completely redesigned to transform into a Swiss army knife where nothing is left to chance and where every square centimeter is functional. Everything is built into the wall, from the shelves to the stairs to the bed, a dining table and the bathroom.

Hidden facilities

All the facilities of a typical apartment are hidden behind murals inspired by the delicate Japanese style. A staircase, the steps of which are used as a library, provides access to the high bed. A second door reveals a walk-in closet for easy access to all clothes. It is then a table, on which two stools are fixed that we discover. Finally, the last door invites us to enter an optimized bathroom! It is the latter that is likely to be envious. As for the kitchen, it offers a small place under the window.

The room is not for rent!

Little info for those who already imagine leaving their poorly designed 10m2 to settle in this ultra functional maid's room: the latter is not for rent! The owner family put it at the disposal of the au pair whom they welcome. Remember in passing that it is forbidden in France to rent an area of ​​less than 9m2!
Discover the video of this modular room:

Tiny apartment in Paris (8sqm only) from Kitoko Studio on Vimeo.



Comments:

  1. Sebastiano

    Well, well, why is it like this? I think why not clarify this review.

  2. Mekonnen

    I would like to talk a lot with you.

  3. Riobard

    damn, why are there so few good blogs left? this one is beyond competition.

  4. Goltigore

    Useful piece



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