The Lebanese architecture studio Eliemetni has squeezed a queen-sized bed, a bathroom, a living room, and a kitchenette in a 15-square-meters apartment on a rooftop in Achrafieh, Beirut. Called
The Shoe Box
, the tiny studio is
. It is equipped with space-saving pieces of furniture that provide guests with everything they might need. This micro-apartment contains modular pieces of furniture that have multiple usages. For instance, the sofa has a lot of storage underneath it. The slots can be pulled out and used as a coffee table. The large window in front of the bed gives access to natural light and offers a beautiful view of the Beirut skyline. The guests also have access to the roof terrace.
Apartments are getting smaller and smaller. The Shoe Box is a source of inspiration for those who want to redecorate their homes without using a lot of space.