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Designing For 350 Square Feet

by UrbanTurf Staff

Designing For 350 Square Feet: Figure 1

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In the not-to-distant future, Washington, DC could be filled with a number of new, very small living spaces. So, we thought it would be fitting to highlight a recent New York Magazine article showcasing a creative way of designing a smaller space.

The 350 square-foot, sixth-floor walk-up in New York’s Soho neighborhood pictured above is home to 24 year-old designer Mischa Lampert. Here are some of the ways she made the space seem bigger:

  • Two sectionals in Lampert’s bedroom can be configured in a variety of different ways depending on if she is entertaining, hanging out or sleeping.
  • Custom shelves provide some separation in the kitchen and almost make you forget that the shower is right next to where you eat breakfast.
  • Lampert has cooktops that can be put away until needed, making the kitchen only look like a kitchen when it needs to.

This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/designing_for_350_square_feet/7899

1 Comment

  1. NIMBY4Life said at 8:33 pm on Monday December 9, 2013:
    Ugh! Who wants a bed in the kitchen? Yuck.

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