If necessity is the mother of invention, then the absence of room is the father of excellent architecture. It is nothing at all brief of wonderful what can be down with limited square footage when the demand is higher adequate.
Specht Harpman Architects had an award, mostly-vertical volume to operate with but managed to turn each indentation and extrusion in the room into a dual-purpose layout opportunity.
The bed lofts out above the living space under, although the bathroom and a series of storage spaces are tucks underneath the staircase, but these moves make it all really feel much more dynamic rather than cramped.
Of program, if all else fails, it never ever hurts to have a top-floor rooftop deck to walk out onto in Manhattan, either.
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