The concept of a home for constantly changing living situations requires furniture that is able to react to changing needs. This furniture strategy is a mix of built-in and loose furniture pieces that can morph the apartment from a single houshold to a work-home, to a residential community for two people, an apartment for a couple, or a family.
The two secondary enclosures of the Manhattan House apartment can react to different needs and lends a wide range of possible settings and configurations.
The work space/studio can change from an empty room for sports to a playroom for kids or a guestroom/ permanent second bedroom, all without the need of storing additional furniture.
An additional set of dining chairs are placed in the studio/workingspace. The studio space can be changed into a guestroom, kids room, or private sport room with direct acces to the powder room and guest bathroom.