Habitat reduction in a few numbers
According to the United Nations, the alliance between population growth and galloping urbanization will double the world's population by 2030. More than half of the world's population, already live in cities. Due this urban population growth, some cities will be able to follow the movement, others will have to reinvent themselves.
The constant growth of the population of the largest cities in the world, forces architects to intensify the search for suitable living spaces, and recently to reduce the size of the habitat.
In most metropolises, at the unaffordable prices of real estate, there is also the shortage of space, thus calling for a redefinition of the urban habitat. Today, living in small spaces becomes the rule and not the exception. The interior designers and the architects, constantly invent new ways of living comfortably in town, despite the small dimensions.
It is shown that it is not necessary to sacrifice elegance and comfort at the price of a limited living space, thanks to designs that are as judicious as they are efficient, combining colors, furniture and innovative materials.
In that way, a young Japanese family, will be able to live in a small apartment, certainly, but unique, in the heart of one of the largest city in the world, overcoming the constraints of construction and the smallness of the land. Similarly, a resident of Paris will be able to continue living in 28 m2.
As interior architects in Paris, we believe that small-scale efficiency combined with opulence is reflected in many of the achievements. The goal is the optimization of spaces and the overbearing of comfort.