Didomestic – Seemingly Tiny Attic Apartment by Elii Architects
Didomestic is an apparently tiny attic apartment in Madrid, Spain that was designed by the Spanish firm Elii Architects, who made their best to creatively use the limited space.
The result is spectacular and it will definitely make you jealous if you’ve formerly experienced living in a college dorm or in an overpriced apartment, where space was a problem and nothing seemed to fit there.
A central cube with stairs leading to the second level is actually the core of the apartment, while the walls can fold out to create partitions.
The levers on the wall help move different sections of it in and out of place. Upstairs are installed the bedroom, the bathroom and the shower. The shelves where you can store different things come down from the ceiling, as well as a swing for your entertainment needs and a hammock for maximum relaxing.
The kitchen is small but equipped with everything needed, including hanging kitchen table and seats.