This project involved the radical transformation of a tiny, awkward apartment at the top of six-story building. With 425 square feet of floor area, and a ceiling height of 24 feet, the new design creates a flowing interior landscape that dissolves the notion of distinct "rooms." The space is crafted like a piece of furniture, with hidden and transforming spaces for things and people.

Architect: Specht Architects
Photographer: Taggart Sorensen

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This image is a good indication of the three separate living levels in the space.

Photographer: Taggart Sorensen

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

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Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

Credits

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Architect
  • Specht Architects
Photographer
  • Taggart Sorensen

Overview

Structure
  • Apartment