Some homes evolve over time, but a Parisian flat designed by architects Yves Pasquet, Cyril Gauthier, and Guillaume Aubry of Paris-based firm Freaks Architecture evolves in seconds. The owners hired the firm to transform their home, a former workshop in the 13th arrondissement, into a flexible living space. Nicknamed La Tournette (the turntable), the home is centered around a large cupboard, which serves as a room divider and includes storage and a folding table. The piece can be moved depending on the owners' needs, creating a flexible space.
What the space lacked in square footage (it measures just over 320-square-feet), it made up for in ceiling height and natural light. The architects took advantage of the soaring ceilings and installed a sleeping loft above the kitchen and bathroom. The finished home is bright, modern, and ready to change at a moment's notice.