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<p>This Madrid apartment is full of hidden compartments.</p>

The hidden compartments in this amazing Madrid space start with a table that lowers from the ceiling and ends with a secret “tea room” in the bedroom.

This Transformable Microapartment Has Secret Trap Doors Everywhere

The hidden compartments in this amazing Madrid space start with a table that lowers from the ceiling and ends with a secret “tea room” in the bedroom.

<p>Upstairs, the floor is full of trap doors designed to make use of the spaces between the apartment’s existing wooden beams.</p>

This Transformable Microapartment Has Secret Trap Doors Everywhere

<p>Storage space is hidden in the bathroom floor. The bedroom even holds a hidden tea room.</p>

The hidden compartments in this amazing Madrid space start with a table that lowers from the ceiling and ends with a secret “tea room” in the bedroom.

<p>Transparent panels slide along rails to create different rooms--the kitchen can be separated from the living room, or the owner can create a temporary guest room.</p>

The hidden compartments in this amazing Madrid space start with a table that lowers from the ceiling and ends with a secret “tea room” in the bedroom.

<p>Since the owner, a DJ, likes to have parties, the designers also made it easy to push the walls aside to clear the space. Since all of the furniture is hidden, the rest of the room is always open.</p>

The hidden compartments in this amazing Madrid space start with a table that lowers from the ceiling and ends with a secret “tea room” in the bedroom.