In a 1,100-square-foot Bay Area apartment, a central wooden box is as functional as it is finely crafted, with room for clothes up top and a large bookshelf on the side.
In the family room of a Brooklyn loft, cabinets open up to create an office desk. The steps on the left lead up to a mezzanine space that serves as play space for the children and a sleeping area for guests.
A Tokyo architect maximized space in her 940-square-foot apartment by cutting a hole in the wall between her bedroom and workroom and then installing a door that swings open to reveal built-in bookshelves, thus expanding the workroom and partitioning the bedroom at the same time.
In a Malibu house, a colorful, laminate-clad wall of storage stretches seamlessly from the kitchen to the bedroom, where it contains the couple’s clothing, shoes, and linens.
Made up of three flexible shelving units on track system, this inventive house outside Madrid can be configured in countless ways, making space for a bedroom, kitchen, sitting area, changing room, and more.
An Upper West Side apartment’s all-in-one cabinet provides storage space in its fully closed position and doubles as bedroom and home office when unfolded.