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Modern apartment in a narrow zone, but with a stylish design
MM is a loft in the modern Bilzen, Belgium, which was rebuilt by AC Architects in 2012. It 'been a former storage room on the ground floor of a historic building trade has been completely rebuilt in 1990 in a residential building. The plant is 3 m wide and 30 m long, so that the apartment has an open design. Tight spaces have a certain sequence: living room, dining room, a narrow corridor with kitchen on one side and the bathroom on the other, and the room at the end. All the spaces are open to one another, but they can also be separated by sliding walls in wood. Daylight occurs both through the windows of the side of the road and doors opening onto a terrace at the back of sliding. Each of these areas are not designed as separate boxes, but as a series of spaces in evolution, consider the advantage of natural light and views of the vibrant street life.
Modern apartment for a disabled client
The modern apartment is specially designed for wheelchair users, but there is no evidence of a physical disability. The materials used in the field of life and sleep provide an elegant and peaceful. set of dishes, refrigerator, oven and a cupboard built into the walls and hidden behind sliding doors oak rough cut. With a simple push of a button, you can reduce your kitchen cabinets until everything is accessible from a wheelchair. In this way, you can also completely hide the cooking area.
Modern equipped apartment for special needs
A similar strategy is also used in the bathroom, where the toilet and separated by a large panel of the shower and washer dryer sink. These panels can be rotated to hide the washer and dryer and reveal the shower or both. Almost all the furniture is custom made, it is to be convenient for residents to meet and that the Belgian provisions for people with disabilities. Dining table for 5 people has shelves on both ends and extends to a corner of the kitchen. The bed, combined with a seat "floating" contains all the technical requirements of a hospital bed, including adjustable height for the entire bed, head and feet, removable side rails and electronic keys for controlling both the bed and other electronic devices , which were hidden in a lamp custom nearby. This allows both the bed and the desk lamp.
small kitchen with dining area
Plate hidden in the wall
Hallway to bedroom