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Small is Beautiful: Manhattan Micro-Loft by Specht Harpman

By • May 1, 2013 •  Selected Work 

Manhattan Micro-Loft was designed by Specht Harpman and it is located in Manhattan, New York City, USA.

The interior is clean and modern and makes use of imaginative storage options to create more space.


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Housing Problem by SL Project

By • Oct 16, 2012 •  Selected Work 

Russian design studio, SL Project, has designed the interior of the Housing Problem project.

The creative interior design solutions and interesting lighting scheme makes the most of the limited living space of this apartment, located in Moscow, Russia.


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Would You live in a Cube? (Video)

By • Apr 16, 2011 •  Selected Work 

The Cube Project describes itself as “a compact home, no bigger than 3x3x3 meters on the inside, in which one person could live a comfortable, modern existence with a minimum impact on the environment.”

The “home” was designed and developed by Dr. Mike Page as a project of the University of Hertfordshire.


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24 Square-Foot Tiny House Now On Sale For $3,000!

By • Feb 25, 2011

No there is no typo here, Dereck Diedricksen is actually selling Gypsy Junker, a 24 square-foot tiny house he has made out of shipping pallets, castoff storm windows and a neighbor’s discarded kitchen cabinets!

The owner builds tiny houses from scavenged materials in his backyard as a hobby and is currently experiencing his fifteen minutes of fame after the New York Times published some photos of his work.

If you like the house, watch the video below with a tour of the tiny house and read the rest of the story here.


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25,000 Ping-Pong balls for a Tiny Pied-à-Terre by Snarkitecture

By • Jan 24, 2011

Box/Box is a pied-à-terre apartment for Snarkitecture partner Daniel Arsham.

Located in Brooklyn, New York, this 90 square foot private hideaway is contained within a larger collaborative workspace.

According to the architect, Box/Box was conceived as “an accelerated design/build experiment and was completed within a two-month period at a cost of less than $100 per square foot.


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