Didomestic by Elii
- Caroline Kurze
Designed by Spanish studio Elii Architects, the ‘Didomestic’ apartment finds its place in the loft of an old building. It was designed to make optimal use of the limited space by creating flexible rooms that can be adapted for different activities. Sliding pink partitions allow the main floor to be either opened up or divided into a series of smaller spaces+ Read More
, while a new mezzanine loft provides a bedroom where floor panels hinge open to reveal a vanity mirror, toiletry storage and a tea station. Elii also added several fun elements to tailor the space to the resident’s lifestyle; a hammock, playground swing and disco ball all fold down from the ceiling, while a folding surface serves as a cocktail bar or ironing board.