What can you do in an apartment with 140 square feet of floor space? Well, if you’re Szymon Hanczar and your apartment has 10-foot ceilings, you start thinking about how many cubic feet you have available. The Polish designer moved the bed to a loft, hung a bicycle high on the wall, and strung a hammock across one end of the room to save so much space at floor level that he even found room for a small washing machine. The kitchen and bathroom are still a little cramped, and it’s still not the kind of place you’d be able to do a lot of entertaining in, but a single person can comfortably eat, sleep, and study or work – all without having to worry about whether he’s got change for the coin-op laundry machine in the basement.
h/t Design Milk
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