Man buys 250 sq. foot attic, remodels it into a functional apartment that folds to create space

If you have ever lived in a small apartment, then you know how important it is to make the most out of every inch of available space. Well, the man in the video below managed to push thing to the extreme and remodeled a 250.sq. foot attic into a functional, Lego-style apartment that transforms itself into infinite spaces.
Located in Barcelona’s hip Born district, the tiny apartment is a remodeled attic that belongs to a young man named Christian Schallert. Although the apartment is only 24 square meter, it offers Christian all the comfort he needs.
The man sleeps, cooks, eats and dresses in this small apartment, and when he isn’t doing any of those things, the space looks like an empty cube. That’s because all the furniture and functional pieces in the home can be hidden, folded or rolled away when not being used.
You see, to be able to actually use a piece of furniture, Christian has to build it first. The idea was inspired by the space-saving furniture aboard boats. Also, the clean lines of a small Japanese home were an important source of inspiration as well.
This is definitely not what you would call a regular home. Hit play to get an exclusive tour of this one-of-a-kind place!

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