Szymon Hanczar, polish designer-cum-lecturer at Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw has created an extremely practical micro apartment, which contains everything i.e. kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and washing room; all inside a 140-square-feet tiny apartment. Hanczar wanted to give more home-like feel to the sleeping dome, so he has created a place which is comfortable as well as elegant at the same time.
To create cluster-free home for living, Hanczar smartly utilized the available space. The double bed is built over wooden unit that also contains compact white-tiled bathroom. Behind the front door, there is a small-extended platform, which acts as kitchen. The extended platform comes with a small sink, a cabinet to hold kitchen utensils and gadgets, and chopping board hidden underneath the countertop.
However, the kitchen can be used only when the front door is closed. The movable ladder is to access the sleeping area and can be lifted to open wooden cabinets placed beneath the double bed. Built-in wooden cabinet also has place for storing a small washing machine and other clothing materials.
To add more functionality, the micro apartment comes with extra long wooden storage space and wooden table that acts as both dining and study table. There is also a hanging hammock to give you a lazy Sunday feeling. Whereas, bicycle hanging on the wall forms a decoration piece, while serves as clever bike storage area without consuming much space.
The place is surrounded by vibrant and bright colors, enhancing aesthetics of the house. Such small living spaces prove that Tiny House Movement has been a super hit among young generation and people living in big cities. Thins is because these micro or tiny apartments provide both functionality and comfort to the inhabitants.