Less is More: Loft Bed Makes Room for Baby

Steve Montpetit photography

What do you do in a 700 square foot loft when the kid comes along? Go up.

That is what Montreal architect Laurent McComber did to make room for a small infant.

The architect describes it:

Levitation. This large "love bed" seems to float over a sleeping baby's room. The imposing slab of fir plywood is molded to the sinuous curves of its tubular steel support. These one hundred fifty square feet are simply walking on air, gently illuminated by an opalescent storage wall and luminous bricks.

More at Les Ateliers L McComber via Contemporist
More small apartment ideas:
Less is the New More: Building Loft and Alcove Beds
Less is the New More: Making the Most of Small Spaces

Tags: Architects | Less Is More | Living With Less | Montreal


treehugger slideshows