Tuesday, 25 Jan, 2011 Offbeat

Small Apartment Enriched with 25,000 Ping-Pong Balls


The tiny 90 square-feet apartment of Daniel Arsham is very unique, serving just two main functions for the owner: sleeping and dressing.

But the most impressive features are the walls that resemble pixilated screens. These walls fade from gray to white as the person approaches the ceiling.

The surprise, however, comes when you look closer to the walls that are made of ping pong balls. A total of 25,000 balls were used to decorate the apartment.

The apartment itself has a rather simplistic design, featuring built-in shelves and a dresser with some clothes in it.

It would also be interesting to note that the apartment is in fact a loft connected to the offices of the company where Arsham is a partner. The firm is called Snarkitecture and its specialists were those who designed the room, reports Gizmodo.

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