From what I can tell, there's lots of room available inside a cell; certainly, all the graphic representations of them I can find seem to show that a lot of the volume of the cell is cytoplasm, as opposed to organelles - in other words, goop, as opposed to things-what-do-stuff.
Y'see, the reason I'm asking is that I'd like to put some more stuff in that there stuff: some chloroplasts, extra mitochondria, nanomachines (son!), or a fun little thing I'm cooking up that's designed to cool the cell down by dissolving urea in water, thereby resolving one of the many square-cube law-related problems with giant creatures: heat removal.
Obviously, the answer to this question varies on a cell-by-cell basis, but I'd like to know whether I could replace 5% of the volume of an animal cell (the more types of cell that can handle it, the better) with an organelle or other structure of my own design without seriously impacting the main function of said cell. These images certainly seem to suggest so, but I figured I'd run it by someone else before making myself a Godzilla.