The functional apartment, possibly one of the smallest in the city, is "accessible by a simple service door, after climbing seven floors, and crossing a long and narrow corridor."
The 86-square-foot apartment has been transformed by China-based architecture firm Kitoko Studio for a client's au pair, and made not only livable, but quite fascinating.
The room, described as "the Swiss army knife of spaces," has tons of hidden nooks and crannies for storage and necessities.
Starting with, a pull-out bookcase serves as a set of stairs.
The bookcase stairs lead to a tucked-away bed cubby.
There's also a table with suspended chairs that can be taken down.
A wardrobe and other hidden storage drawers.
A kitchenette with a fridge, microwave, and a removable stovetop, plus a folding shelf that covers the sink for extra storage.
And, last but not least, a bathroom hiding behind a small door.
Would you live there?
Photo Courtesy - Kitoko Studios