灵活的胶合板家具使伦敦“最小住宅”空间最大化

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丹麦 
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【介绍】


灵活的胶合板家具使伦敦“最小住宅”空间最大化


丹麦设计公司Studiomama以从头开始创造舒适的居住空间闻名。但是,最近的一个项目考验了设计师尼娜和杰克的技术:买入伦敦北部13平米(140平方英尺)的屋子,将其打造成伦敦“最小住宅”。


受大篷车和船只紧凑型内饰的启发,设计师通过打造灵活家具,充分利用屋子的每个角落。尼娜解释说,“像这样一个袖珍空间,设计过程必须像给大篷车或船只设计内饰一样。这是一项巨大的挑战,任何家具都必须定制,没有空间能够容纳现成的家具。”


设计师使用胶合板作为主材,为房屋配备了定制的可调整家具,将其分割出不同的功能空间。可折叠的床,站立式的桌子,可伸展的餐台,都为屋子提供了实际功能,但不占据永久的空间。屋子的两侧放置了镜子,创造出空间感,两个大窗户则便于自然采光。


为了创造舒适的休息区,主墙上安装了中型台面和可折叠搁脚凳,使用滑动粉色调面板覆盖。这些板盖着用途各异的储存柜,例如带有折叠桌的指定办公区、缝纫机台、书架甚至酒架。


设计师使用胶合板制作家具、天花板和地板,因为其具有多功能。设计师说,“使用一种主材能够让空间无缝连接,地板、墙、天花板融为一体。这种材料给人的感觉非常温暖,空间也会变得舒适,温馨。”


小屋的设计布局最初在2016年伦敦设计节上展出。设计师希望展示如何在紧凑的空间里过上舒适的生活。设计师说,“我们发现如何在小空间生活变得越来越重要,特别考虑到城市化和特大城市的发展趋势。我们希望通过这个项目讨论一个问题:哪些元素是舒适生活必不可少的。”


【原文】


London’s ‘smallest house’ uses flexible plywood furniture to maximize space


Danish design firm Studiomama is known for their talent of creating comfy living space out of virtually nothing. However, designers Nina Tolstrup and Jack Mama recently put their skills to the test by buying a vacant 140-square-foot structure in Northern London just to convert the tiny space into “London’s smallest house”.


Taking a cue from space-efficient interiors of caravans and boats, the designers focused on making use out of every corner of the compact space by creating flexible furniture. “A tiny space like this has to be designed like one would design the interior of a caravan or boat,” Studiomama co-founder Nina Tolstrup explained, “Everything has to be custom designed as there is not room for any off the shelf furniture, which was a great challenge.”


Using plywood as the main material, they equipped the home with custom-made, adjustable furniture to divide it into distinct functions. The foldout bed, standing desk, and extendable dining benches add utility without occupying permanent space. Mirrors placed on either side of the home were create a feeling of amplitude, and two large windows allow for optimal natural light.


To create a nice lounge area, a medium-size bench and a foldout footrest were installed into the main wall, which is covered in sliding pastel-hued panels. These panels cover use-specific storage cabinets such as a designated office space with a foldout desk, a sewing machine table, shelving for books, and even a wine rack.


The designers used plywood for the furniture, as well as the ceilings and flooring, because of its versatility. “The use of one dominant material has made the space seamless – where floor, walls and ceiling comes together as one,” they said. “It is also a very warm material that makes the space feel cosy and cabin like.”


The design layout for the tiny home was originally an installation for the 2016 London Design festival. The designers wanted to show how compact living can be comfortable. “We see the issues of how to live in a compact living space to be of growing importance, especially given the trends towards urbanisation and rise of megacities,” they said. “We wanted to use the project to pose a question about what are the things that we really need to live comfortably.”

 

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