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Daily Delight: Tiny property reveals big surprise

Daily Delight: Tiny property reveals big surprise

by Jay Garcia 0 comments

A small Japanese apartment has made ingenious use of sliding walls to create a living area with no fewer than 12 rooms.

Thanks to a ceiling rail and wheels, the walls can be repositioned to create a kitchen, bedroom, living room and other spaces.

The Barcode Room was designed in Tokyo, where floor space is extremely limited. It can be customised and configured to suit a variety of functions.

This system can be installed into new and existing studio apartments as well as communal spaces such as offices, galleries and stores.

(Images: Inhabitat)

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