The eight-room, 420-square-foot studio apartment
Four hundred and twenty square feet isn’t a ton of space, so the notion that an apartment that size could be any more than a one-bedroom seems a little far fetched. Well, guess what? New York entrepreneur Graham Hill found a way to pack eight rooms into that small an area by designing his Soho studio as a transforming space.
“The living room and office become the bedroom with a tug of a bookshelf,” explains a post on Gizmodo.com. “Open one of the closets and you’ll find 10 stackable chairs that go around a telescopic dining table for large dinner parties. An entire guest room with bunk-beds and a closet is revealed behind a wall that slides out on tracks. And of course, a well-equipped kitchen and bathroom await.”
Take the tiny tour of Hill’s ultra-efficient home above. For other insanely small New York City spaces, check out this 450 square foot “origami” unit in Manhattan that magically unfolds into four rooms. Or, if you want to take things to the pico level, get a load of this 182-square-foot dwelling in Seattle.
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