This interesting apartment is situated in downtown Warsaw, Poland. The original, colorful and vibrant Tamka flat has an area of just 21.5 square meters. But it a feeling of space was infused by Jacob Szczesny. He designed this home with an aim at playfulness and fun, adding a lot of creative features along the way, like the flipping kitchen wall that can turn into a dining table. But that’s not the only part of furniture that can be changed. The whole “cafeteria” can be boxed in, revealing a modern spacious living room. Behind the packed kitchen you can find the shower separated from the main area by only a curtain, while the bathroom has a nice view of the bed, which in its turn lies on the built-in-wall washing machine. Now this is a good use of space.