Swiss Army Knife
Architect Robert Garneau used multi-functionality to maximize the available space. The use of an adjustable dining table that doubles as a kitchen counter. A sofa that can be rearranged into a bed. These solutions combined. This design allowed the architect to combine two areas into a single space.
Architect Garneau designed the interior to tuck away objects that are not in use. The use of a murphy bed opens up the living room into the bedroom. A movable wall hides storage and functions as a partition for the living area and bedroom. Hiding stuff out of sight declutters the area making the interior appear spacious.
Storage solutions are hidden and blend into the interior. There are hidden storage solutions in his bathroom and kitchen. I particularly like the design he implemented in the bathroom. He incorporated a hidden laundry basket and storage cabinet inside the bathroom walls.
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