Since she’s an industrial designer and a Design Director at American Standard Brands (a leading North American plumbing and building products manufacturer), it’s no surprise that functionality was Emilie’s goal when arranging her tiny New York City studio. The 210-square-foot space feels modern and cozy thanks to a simple decor style. But there’s more than meets the eye: Color-changing light bulbs are commanded by voice, and a bunk bed/office is a hydraulic-powered convertible area!
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