What Houzz contributors are saying:
Divide and conquerPicture, for a moment, walking into this studio flat before that shelving unit had been built and before the glass screen went up. You’d risk feeling like you’d arrived home and straight into the dining table. Subtle and, importantly, interesting divisions of space are your friends.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Create the idea of a wall This slim glass panel barely takes up any floor space, yet it very effectively gives the sense that there’s an entrance area and a dining room without losing any light – no mean feat in a teeny one-bed flat, pulled off by Stephan Bidoux Studio. He’s refused to lose walls in the rest of the place, too. Instead, sleek pocket doors, even to the kitchen, save space while maintaining distinct rooms.