Spanish firm PKMN Architectures recently renovated a small one story villa in Madrid, and in the process transformed the interior with innovative modular units which can be easily moved around to create flexible living and work spaces.
The All I Own House was completed in August this year and serves as both home and working studio for a client who inherited the villa from her grandparents. The decor is distinctly utilitarian, but appealing, and brings to mind other space-saving accommodation like Didomesticby Elii and Kitoko Studio's renovation of a maid's room in Paris.
The villa comprises a total floorspace of 50 sq m (538 sq ft), which is split roughly in half. The area nearest the front door features a large sparsely-furnished living area, but the rear of the home is far more interesting ...
PKMN Architectures installed three sliding suspended wooden units which separate the interior into flexible spaces. The units feature bookshelves and plenty of storage, and there's even a kitchen counter and large double bed integrated into the units, too.