Eric Schneider knows how to make a 450-square-foot Upper West Side studio feel spacious: spend a year in one half the size in Japan, then come home and hire architect friends to configure his UWS home. The result, designed by Normal Projects and highlighted in freshome, is so nifty we can't stop clicking through the photos. The walls fold! They also manage to create, in various configurations, a living room, kitchen, breakfast nook, desk, closet, bookshelves, bed, and guest bed. Excuse us while we go look at the photos again.
· Unfolding Apartment by Normal Projects [Freshome]
· Unfolding Apartment [Normal Projects]
· Adventures in Interior Design coverage [Curbed]