The apartment, called MJE House, occupies a part of an existing house and boasts mobile partitions and furniture systems that changes the traditional concept of room. The space can easily be converted through simple gestures and transformed from a quiet loft into a party venue.
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The rotating furniture in the two bedrooms has three positions that can transform the space into a single bedroom or completely eliminate it by turning the space into an open-plan loft. The MJE House is one among several of the studio’s transformable designs, dubbed Little Big Houses. Through smart partitioning and furniture design, PKMN architectures creates spaces that are truly responsive and fun to inhabit.
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Photos by Javier de Paz García