The apartment designed by Queeste Architecten is a hotel room located on the third floor in the attic of a private house in Den Haag, Netherlands. A communal staircase provides access to the apartment, which functions autonomously from the rest of the building. The limited floor space has been equipped with the following functions, as a sleeping accommodation for 2 people; dining area; kitchen; toilet; bathroom with shower; and an installations area in one floor. In addition, Maff Apartment was to have a clear and strong identity to provide a sense of uniqueness for its users. Rounded corners were applied throughout to imbue the small space with a sense of softness. The sofa is the only exception in this color scheme; its pillows were executed in warm orange, alluding to the predominantly orange rooftops of the historical center of The Hague.