Studio living is kind of like solving a puzzle: You have to figure out how to fit a bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, and living room all into one space. Which is why Dido Fogué decided to call in the professionals to help her achieve optimal function in her (nicknamed the aka Domestic Diva).
Enter: , the architecture firm that helped Fogué upgrade her 620-square-foot attic loft with space-saving features like hidden compartments, trap doors, and a hanging dining room table that can all be tucked away when not in use. In fact, if you stumbled upon this home on Airbnb you's probably think there wasn't a single place to sit in the entire place!
Confused? Let us to break it down for you: The first genius feature includes partitions that roll on rails and allows the homeowner to determine how she wants to use her living space. Her options include a private bedroom for guests, a separate kitchen and dining room, or an open-door set-up that makes her living quarters feel bigger:
The bathroom features a sunken-in tub and hides a vanity and linen closet in the floors (talk about trap doors at their finest):
Lacking surface area in the kitchen? Bust out a bonus countertop from the wall or a table and set of chairs from the ceiling:
And, of course, the living room doesn't waste any space on a couch, instead a hammock retracts from the ceiling along with a bookshelf:
All of the updates were completed for a total of $75,000. Sure, that's a pricy way to solve an apartment puzzle, but we've got to admit that it's one of the most inventive solutions we've seen to date.