I've been having fun. I got these dorm style room dividers, inexpensive, and I've been moving them around the apartment creating new spaces.
Taking my readers once again to the time I lived in Japan. Because of their earthquake proneness, the Japanese developed housing that could easily be rebuilt in the event of an earthquake. Actually, in more modern times, buildings are built to sway with the tremors. In olden times though, paper walls and easily movable screens helped making adjustments easy. So, if you needed a bit of privacy, you didn't have to tear down a wall or build a wall to get it. If you needed to clear a bigger space for an event, you could move walls and make space.
This flexibility is impressive. How often I have been in closed-in spaces in apartments that squish everything together. With portable walls, spaces can be opened up or closed up as needed instead of being so very stable.
It's actually all a state of mind!