The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living

heima architects defies the minimum needs for comfortable living with a complex of four 25 m² micro-apartments in vilnius, lithuania. each apartment houses everything needed for day-to-day living – a bed, kitchenette, sitting area, and even a bathtub – all in their understated, yet still comfortable versions to use.

all photos by l. garbačiauskas

As cities become denser and the demand for micro-spaces increases dramatically, heima architects have come up with various creative solutions in search of a new attitude towards compact living. the four small studios, located in vilnius’ ševčenkos loft district, use a combination of white and one-color palettes, unique for each of them, in order to emphasize form and space. different areas are divided by ‘transformative’ furniture, including a bed that opens up a walk-in closet when lifted and a dining table / desk that can easily be turned into a coffee table if turned over to the side.

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living
a walk-in closet under the bed can even hold shirts on a hanger

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living
different spaces are divided by furniture instead of walls

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable livingeach studio has two dining tables / desks

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living
tables can be stacked to save space

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living
a combination of white and a single color in each micro-apartment maximizes the feeling of space

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living
some apartments can even accommodate a full-size bathtub

The 25 sqm micro-apartments by heima architects defy the minimum requirements for comfortable living

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edited by: sofia lekka angelopoulou | design boom


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