EDB Studio has refurbished a small one-room flat in the Marais district converting it into a real Minimum Multi-functional Space. Thanks to a multi-functional furnishing element, these 16 square meters work both as an architecture studio – complete with workstation – and a private home equipped with kitchen, dining table, two separate beds, sofa and bathroom with any conceivable comfort. 
A multi-functional central element furnishes the flat by taking on different configurations by means of vasistas and pop-up solutions. 
The lighting project has planned the installation of two Balti 150, one positioned over the front door and the other over the work table with calibrated powers, to illuminate the ceiling wooden beams and ensure adequate diffusion of light in the space. An unusual yet effective use of façade lights indoors. A third luminaire, the PN110 Q square ceiling lamp, illuminates the bathroom. The lighting fixtures were all designed by Enrico Davide Bona and Elisa Nobile.

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