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Inside the shape-shifting 452-square-foot Hong Kong flat dubbed the 'city transformer'

A newlywed couple’s small Sai Ying Pun nest inspired a designer to create what he calls the ‘city transformer’, with a sliding wall, a TV that can face any direction, and ingenious storage solutions.

30 Jun 2016 - 5:11PM

A newlywed couple’s small Sai Ying Pun nest inspired a designer to create what he calls the ‘city transformer’, with a sliding wall, a TV that can face any direction, and ingenious storage solutions.

Inside the shape-shifting 452-square-foot Hong Kong flat dubbed the 'city transformer'
Architect Joel Sanders seeks building designs that integrate with nature

Five years ago, New York-based architect Joel Sanders was renovating a Manhattan penthouse when he ran into a problem. "There was a rooftop garden, and what we needed to figure out was how to connect it to the loft," he says. "We decided to reverse modernist convention. Instead of taking hard materials outside, we brought the outside in."

13 Mar 2013 - 5:20AM

Five years ago, New York-based architect Joel Sanders was renovating a Manhattan penthouse when he ran into a problem. "There was a rooftop garden, and what we needed to figure out was how to connect it to the loft," he says. "We decided to reverse modernist convention. Instead of taking hard materials outside, we brought the outside in."

Architect Joel Sanders seeks building designs that integrate with nature