Compacted and squashed in design, the Red Nest by Paul Coudamy is all about optimal utilization of space in tiny apartments. Had it not been for red patch to break the white spread, it would have been impossible to make out what lay in the 23 sq meter space. The bookshelf holds the key to unveil the world behind it.
The sliding mobile block meant to stack the books covers the bed, dressing area and the working space while providing easy accessibility to areas behind. The red carmine gloss paint not only makes a contrast with the surrounding white but also lends an energetic spark in the room. To make the room look large, two-way mirrors control the hidden and visible spaces according to light. The bathroom is covered with resinated concrete, whereas the restroom is hidden behind the doors of a fake vintage wardrobe.