Inspiration: Red Line & Hidden Bed

Inspiration: Red Line & Hidden Bed

Jenny Butler
Aug 11, 2008

In a search of something to brighten our sick day today we stumbled across these photos which did help us feel better. This warehouse apartment is located just outside of Melbourne and has a "Kinetic Wet Function Pod" in the centre. The KWFP is basically a fancy name for …

..."a bathroom & kitchen built to not be dependant on the existing building structure". As interesting as that is, what really drew us to this was the use of the continuous red line on the KWFP. The red line changes between paint to tiles to louvers to doors to shelves and guides your eyes around the warehouse.

The KWFP has a built in desk that flips up and a extra bed can be slid out from underneath the bathroom. While it's a great use of space we can only see it working if you have high ceilings. The architect for the warehouse is The Rexroth Mannasmann Collective and you can read more about their work here.

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