Ah, the humble studio apartment. At one time, this dwelling was considered to be the home of starving artists. Today, it's a symbol of efficiency and exceptional modern design. With the tiny house movement driving architects and interior designer to think small, it's no surprise that the studio has become not only a source of inspiration for those that wish to live large with smaller square footage, but also maximize whatever space possible. In these 50 studio apartment plans, you'll see living spaces that dazzle with their ingenuity, attention to detail, and unique design.
This micro apartment is all about proof of concept. This studio is a proposed design for the Boston Waterfront, where hundreds of these types of studios may be developed. This type of housing is designed for an eclectic, urban lifestyle where residents are expected to use their apartments to sleep and occasionally do some work, whereas recreational activities take place in common rooms, community facilities, or local businesses. Advertisement
Designed by ADD Inc., this smaller-than-market apartment (called a micro unit) made its debut in Boston and was profiled in both the Boston Globe and Metro. It showcases 300-square-feet of usability with flexible storage, wrap around counter that doubles as work and entertaining space, and a polished concrete floor for utility.
This micro apartment showcases high design along with smart thinking for small spaces, like 10′ floor to floor heights, hardwood floors and high quality finishes, and a charming balcony.
This small wonder comes courtesy of BuilderOnline.com and is designed by Archer Studios for the Silicon Valley workforce in San Jose, CA. Each unit features a living, dining and sleeping space, a kitchen, and a bath, with some featuring a balcony or a patio. Measuring in at just under 300 square feet, these studios were designed after research into cruise ship cabins and other small spaces (to ensure complete usability). Premium finishing touches, like aluminum windows, stone composite kitchen counters, and stylish colors and textures.
Even students can enjoy high design.
Designer Styleroom gives us a glimpse at a simple yet completely functional living space.
This micro-apartment proposed by Berkley developer Patrick Kennedy, is also known as a “ SmartSpace” , featuring 220-square-feet of space to San Francisco, CA. This unit is all about usability, with amenities designed to serve multiple purposes with a small footprint. Advertisement
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