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Located in the popular and creative residential area of Friedrichshain in Berlin, Spanish architect Paola Bagna transformed this microapartment into an openplan, contemporary space with a series of custom furniture pieces, made from the same material but finished in different colors, creating a common thread throughout. The standout is the generously sized all black L-shaped kitchen, which sits in stark contrast to the minimalist living space containing only three bespoke multifunctional furniture pieces: a coffee table, a chair come bookshelf and daybed sofa that doubles as a guest bed. Curtains were creatively used to make the closest and sleeping area appear hidden within the walls, blending seamlessly into the rest of the openplan space. A custom made platform bed raised to just below the window, creates space for additional storage underneath the bed and within the modular pull out steps.