Lego-style apartment transforms into infinite spaces

When Christian Schallert isn't , dressing, sleeping or eating, his 24 square meter (258 square feet) looks like an empty cube. To use a piece of furniture, he has to it.

Located in 's hip Born district, the apartment is a remodeled pigeon loft. Designed by architect Barbara Appolloni, Christian says the space was inspired by the aboard boats, as well as the clean lines of a small home.

Christian sold his apartment and has reinvested his money and design ideas in opening a small in Barcelona:


  1. That is just fabulous!! I wouldn’t change a thing except.. I would “frost”a small portion of the shower glass walls…like from neck to knees! Still see but camouflaged!!! Aside from that…perfect!!!

  2. A fifth floor walk-up? One way to be forced to stay in shape. After years of that anybody’s legs will be tone, & eventually that climb won’t be so hard. LOL

  3. For people who don’t understand it… This apartment is located in a Top destination city in Europe: Barcelona an amazing city, with great climate, a shortage of housing due to ugly housing practices, awesome arquitecture nd design everywhere, a very cool neighbourhood with public transport at reach and very probably he paid a bargain for that space. Also, that balcony is actually the best thing ever, awesome views…

  4. would love to know the dimensions of this tiny apartment!!!! I have an 8 x 32 ft room i’m planing on turning into a tiny apartment.

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