Position Collective designed a tiny apartment in Budapest, aiming to create a light and highly customizable space, with maximum comfort for a short stay.
A small area apartment, this tiny home was designed to provide a memorable accommodation experience for two style-seeking Budapest travellers. The centrepiece of the space is an eye-catching elevated level solution, which was built with the usage of plywood. It not only brings a natural touch into the modern chic apartment, but acts as a functional puzzle game involving the double bed, the storages and all the kitchen equipment.
Position Collective’s intention was to create a light and highly customizable space, with maximum comfort for a short stay. In 30 sqm you have limited options to create design, especially in this flat where structural walls (between the bath and the living room) has created even less possibiliteis for us to work with. So they decided to take the challenge from the furniture side: a multifunctional storage-sleeping object of plywood have been designed to solve the main purpose of the project.
The item that contains the bed has a standard size of 3 times a 60x60x90 modul for optional use (wardrobe, frige, washing machine). The kitchen has the minimal requirments for the average turistic needs, attached to the central sleeing unit.
The idea of the plywood wall system is to have a modular wall system with adjustable shelfs for different local-hungarian art/design pieces, books, home accesories that can color the space, and are unique for forigners but are at the same time functionally readjustable if needed. The budget was quit low so Position Collective optimized the cost of the renovation to keep it low and invested more in furniture and accesories.
AirBn’P Home, Budapest Program: apartment Design: Position Collective Size: 30 sqm Completion: 2015