Reconfigurable apartment allows residents to transform their living spaces

The next instalment of our Dezeen x MINI Living video series explores an experimental apartment by Swedish firm White Arkitekter, which can be reconfigured according to the needs of its residents.

Called Drömlägenheten, which means “dream home” in Swedish, the prototype apartment in Linköping, Sweden, features interior walls that can be moved into different positions.

This allows its central space to be used as a living and dining area, as a kitchen or as bedrooms  – depending on what is required by residents.

White Arkitekter describes the home as a “universal dwelling concept” that could house a variety of potential residents with differing needs, from a group of house-sharing singles to a family with children.

The 55-square-metre apartment centres around a large open-plan space, with kitchen and sofa units running along two walls, as well as space for furniture including a dining table and chairs.

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