Micro-apartments are generally quite small, about 500 square feet or less. Here, in this 376-square-foot apartment renovation by Studio Bazi, instead of leaving the bed out in the open as in a typical studio apartment, the strategy was to increase useable space by ensconcing the bed in an elevated and adaptable "sleeping box" that offers more privacy to the designer and his wife. This move also adds some much needed storage space underneath this giant box -- and a closet that rolls out. Yet another visual decluttering trick: create a full wall of cabinets. Very clever indeed.
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