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Barcode Room is a shape-shifting apartment that can be rearranged to create different spaces
Posted By Tafline Laylin On June 28, 2015 @ 1:50 pm In Architecture,carousel showcase,Gallery | 1 Comment
Studio_o1's Barcode Room has reinvented the concept of spatial management. Commissioned by the Japanese real estate company Able, the award-winning concept features twelve different "bars" or walls that can be configured in multiple combinations to either save or occupy space.
The twelve bars include a kitchen bar, a sleeping bar and a living bar that together create a customizable space that changes with the occupants’ daily needs. Furniture and storage is built into each of these simple wooden structures, creating the ultimate modular apartment for urbanites .
Showcasing the remarkable flexibility  created by these sliding partitions, Studio_01 posted images of a lunch room, a meeting room, a double bed room and a cooking party room. In addition to saving space and materials, the designers have catered to the ADD generation that is so quickly bored with same old, same old.
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URLs in this post:
 modular apartment for urbanites: http://inhabitat.com/c3-chicago-prefab-is-a-cost-effective-and-sustainable-urban-housing-solution/
 remarkable flexibility: http://inhabitat.com/tag/modular-design/
 + Studio_01: http://blog.studiozeroichi.com/2012/11/
 Treehugger: http://www.treehugger.com/interior-design/barcode-room-plywood-lifeedited-transformer-apartment.html
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