Affordable housing is becoming a thing of the past resulting in many having/choosing to downsize. Since we can’t always get the large space that we want, finding ways to make it work become a necessity. Helping make that happen is Nils Holger Moormann who has designed a Kammerspiel (intimate theatre) to increase functionality within a small space. The Kammerspiel is basically a room within a larger room that organizes many essentials, like sleeping, working, eating, and reading, into a cube-like piece of furniture that can be accessed from all sides. Other essentials, like clothing storage, are located on the inside of the cube.
The Kammerspiel is designed to be customized as everyone’s living habits are all different, so various external modules are available. You can have a bed on top with various storage options around the edge that can include places to charge your devices. Also, the stairs come with three drawers.
The Bicycle Box offers a place to store your bike plus three drawers below.
The Dining Space module contains open and closed shelving with a table that folds down along with a magnetic board.
Photos copyright of Julia Rotter.