The square footage constraints of high priced Manhattan abodes also come with creative minds. Whether you’ve got 300 or 700 square feet, it just so happens that Normal Projects discovered that there are ways to make any situation work; and make things look good doing it.
A bachelor pad in Manhattan offers up 450 square feet of open and innovative space that hides behind a modular cabinet system. This unfolding apartment is reminiscent of a certain “transforming” apartment in New York, and with a similar square footage, things are approached in a different way. Densification is the name of this game, and it was successful while incorporating a bed, nightstand, closet, home office, library, kitchen storage, and even a bar! It’s all there, and entirely fitted into an oversized cabinet system along one lone wall.