Dubbed AIRBN’P, this tiny 30 square meter (approx. 323 square feet) apartment in Budapest was designed by Position Collective to be a fun place to stay for style-loving people traveling to the area. To maximize the compact space, an elevated plywood platform was built to incorporate storage in a cool, modern way.

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The platform holds a double bed which contains storage underneath. Behind the bed, an entire wall features a configurable system with removable pegs that hold shelves.

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The storage wall continues into the kitchen acting in place of upper cabinets.

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The owner of this flat decided to turn it into a short term Airbnb since the city has become a popular tourist destination in recent times.

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Despite its modest size, the apartment still feels spacious thanks to the clever furniture solutions they came up with. Instead of building a bulky closet, a metal pipe was installed to hold hanging clothes.

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A sandblasted glass window was installed between the bathroom and the main living area to bring natural light into the bathroom.

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Photos by Balazs Glodi.