The modular flat named Beyome – a contraction of Beyond Home – addresses the trend toward living and working in one same space, adapting to the needs of the occupants. The rooms are reconfigirable, activated domoticaly or manually and through linear or rotating movements.
Located in Madrid’s Lavapiés neighborhood, Beyome features robotic furniture that enables it to double in functional size – from 45 to 90 square meters. It has two bedrooms (one of them with a walk-in closet), a living room, a bathroom, and a kitchen. It is equipped with beds, tables, shelves, and storage spaces, and two mobile walls can be turned and folded anytime, as needed.
Beyome has been carried out by Project Consortium and the architects of Enorme Studio, with the financial backing of Xeito Investments, Family Office of the Mahía-Solís family, co-founders of Kimak (formerly Grupo Caamaño).