With a total living space of 64 square meters, this apartment in Yokohama, Japan, is not exactly spacious, and after being renovated by the architects of Sinato it became super efficient.The most interesting feature is an L-shaped wooden wall which was added during the renovation. This element was inserted here in order to offer privacy to the sleeping area while keeping the rest of the space open. The partition is made of wood and has a top section made of glass in order to keep the ceiling unbroken and fluid. Apart from separating the two main zones, the wall also serves as a piece of furniture, offering storage and display space for artwork, books and other things. All the zones are designed in simple modern style, and of course, the wooden wall is an important part of décor, which brings warmth to the space.