The Domestic Transformer by Gary Chang

An architect from China, Gary Chang have designed his only 32 square meters apartment in Hong Kong to be able to change into 24 different rooms.

The concept was born of necessity. Growing up in the flat with six others, Chang had to be flexible.

By just sliding panels and walls, the layered approach creates an all in one room, a whole flat within a single space.

The partitions are designed to conceal drawers for clothes, shelves for toiletries, racks for thousands of CDs and DVDs, including a steam room and a reasonably sized kitchen.

There is even a wall-sized cinema screen, raised by remote control to reveal a huge, yellow-tinted window which gives the flat the illusion of being washed in warm sunlight, even on the cloudiest day.
He calls this “The Domestic Transformer”.

||||| 0 ! |||||

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


*