Lack of space is rarely a reason not to be able to enjoy a home. If anything, there is an incentive to make it as grand and functional as possible within the space allotted. How can you solve this problem? Rock creative and multifunctional furniture, which of course saves space! There are many inspiring examples that we can give in this regard and one of them has to do with a small flat in London. Its owner, a professional ballet dancer, wanted to be able to practice at home, so he needed a fairly large empty space for it. This inspired the Intervention Architecture team to come up with a unique and very interesting design solution.
The challenge was to have plenty of space for sleeping, eating and other general activities, and enough space to practice when needed, all within the same volume. All of this was made possible by a range of bespoke multipurpose furniture. There is a large floor to ceiling unit with a Murphy bed and plenty of storage and a bookshelf and they work beautifully together. The bookcase module is easy to move and is also perfect for the kitchen and dining area thanks to its bench. With the bed tucked away and the bookcase out of the way, this entire space stays beautifully open, perfect for ballet dancing. If required, this bed area can easily be converted into a dining area or a comfortable reading corner, which is perfect. Get inspired to use every inch of your home!