Brazilian architecture studio TRIA Arquitetura has overhauled a 27-square-metre apartment in São Paulo, with the aim of making the space more adaptable to its tenants.
The project was carried out for a client who wanted maximum flexibility built into the scheme, so that the tiny apartment could be moved around to suit the needs of its tenants.
In order to create a space that felt like a home, rather than a hotel room, TRIA Arquitetura founder Sarah Bonanno said she and her team wanted to create distinct spaces for each particular living function.
The flat was also extended to incorporate an additional seven square-metres, while a perforated concrete brick wall was built to create a sleeping niche for the bed.
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