TRANSform by Arhit / BAAR – Architecture office; Romania

The intention was to create a minimal space, but to provide the comfort of a multi-room apartment by drastically modulating the space. In the central area was placed a minimal, modular furniture element, which includes most of the equipment specific to the various functions – kitchen, storage, partitioning panels. The mobility and modularity of this central element generates various functions to spaces. It was possible to form spaces similar to a larger, multi-room apartment.

All the furniture items of the arrangement were designed modularly. Whole furniture pieces glide on wheel systems, hidden shelves appear from nowhere as the bed folds over the wall.

What makes this project one-of-a-kind?

A multi-room apartment by drastically modulating the space.

About the authors

ARhit // BAAR is a Bucharest-based studio established in 2006 by Andra and Radu Radulescu.
Their design office provides architecture and interior architecture services for residential, industrial and commercial clients.

The architectural design services range from early concepts through to full schematic design, design development and construction documentation. ARhit // BAAR do not impose a ‘house style’ on a project. Each design solution is uniquely tailored to meet the specific needs.

Text provided by the authors of the project.


Arhit / BAAR – Architecture office; Radu Cristian Radulescu, Andra Radulescu

Year of completion

Bucharest, Romania

Total area
44 m2

Project Partners

OK Atelier s.r.o., MALANG s.r.o.

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