Design Architecture Amazing Transformer Apartment Has a Place for Everything By Lloyd Alter Design Editor University of Toronto Lloyd Alter is Design Editor for Treehugger and teaches Sustainable Design at Ryerson University in Toronto. our editorial process Facebook Facebook Twitter Twitter Lloyd Alter Updated August 13, 2020 Didomestic by Ejii Share Twitter Pinterest Email Design Tiny Homes Architecture Interior Design Green Design Urban Design Elii (Every Life Invents Itself) architects first appeared in TreeHugger with their hilarious JF Kit House that kept occupants active and fit. Now they present Didomestic, an apartment in Madrid, that will keep occupants looking for surprises hidden everywhere in the walls, floors and ceilings. credit: Miguel de Guzmán First off, it is completely reconfigurable with moving walls sliding on tracks. credit: Miguel de Guzmán About the only thing fixed is the enclosure around the stair to the loft. credit: Miguel de Guzmán There's not a lot of furniture visible when you enter the apartment, but there are crank handles mounted on the wall that operate and open various hidden treasures. credit: Miguel de Guzmán Storage drops out of the ceiling; credit: Miguel de Guzmán A hammock and lighting; credit: Miguel de Guzmán A table drops down to working height (although working on a counter that is held up by wires wouldn't be easy to work on) credit: Miguel de Guzmán drop the table a little more, lower the benches from the ceiling and you have a comfortable dining area. credit: Miguel de Guzmán There is a sleeping loft upstairs; credit: Miguel de Guzmán Even the vanity mirror is hidden until you need it. The Video Elii 067 Didomestic from ImagenSubliminal on Vimeo. The video is wonderful, showing the use of the entire apartment. There is even a disco ball for parties! Great stuff from Elii. Found on Architexpo Trends and Weburbanist. credit: Elii UPDATE: The project was featured in Designboom in November and we missed it at the time, see more images there.