When RULES Architects were designing this apartment in Bratislava, Slovakia, they decided to mount the TV on a swing arm attached to a central post, allowing it to be used as both a computer screen and a TV.
The screen is mounted on a custom swivel bracket that was made especially for this project.
After turning the TV towards the kitchen, the dining table turns into a full-size workplace. A computer and a stereo system are hidden in a kitchen cabinet, and connected to the screen by an underfloor duct. The resulting solution is visually clean without any cables.
The living room has been freed of elements that are necessary but do not have to be seen. The stereo system and the computer are hidden in the kitchen cabinets, and the subwoofer is in the couch. Only the TV set can be seen.