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How special should an apartment be to be worth $1 million?
The following 420-Square-Foot Studio has been transformed by a Romanian architecture student- Catalin Sandu for Graham Hill of Treehugger into an exemplary display of space maximization. This shape-shifter offers all the facilities of a big sized apartment-a kitchen, bathroom, living room, dining room, office, master bedroom and guest bedroom into a rather small New York studio. Initially purchased for $287,000 and renovated for around $365,000, the foldable Manhattan apartment is on the market for $995,000. Quite pricey isn’t it? At this price you could probably find a beautiful house but for those who live a busy chaotic life and love the city life, this could be an option: creating a space that is versatile and provides all the required necessities in a small space. Every piece of furniture has been custom made to maximize every corner and hide all the eye sores. This small apartment provides even a guest room with bunk beds and a hidden projector and a retractable project screen for movie nights. The $1Million Foldable Apartment is wonderful in matters of efficiency, design line and clean minimalist spaces. Though we consider the price exaggerated, we appreciate the ideas and we realize that the future, with the population growth rates in places like China, predicts more of these smart designs for maximizing spaces.
So what do you think? Would you love such an apartment? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section below.
Not really a big closet which can definitely be a problem.
The dinning table expands for those dinner parties everyone loves.
You can even create a guest bedroom with bunk beds when friends or family come over.
Or simply keep the living room big and clean.
At night, the bed comes down from the wall transforming the living room into your small cozy bedroom.
The kitchen is highly organized and every item fits perfectly in a drawer or cabinet.