Never Too Small

Never Too Small

Never Too Small is a video channel dedicated to small footprint design and living; featuring award-winning designers and their tiny / micro apartments, studios and self-contained projects.

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  • Pinkyellow

    The apartment is located in a new modern residential complex called Fayna Town, in Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine.

  • Villa Montserrat

    One of 6 small houses located inside a 19th Century villa in a peaceful neighbourhood of Barcelona.

  • Pink Apartment

    In the oldest neighbourhood in Athens, Plaka, just minutes away from the Acropolis, Elena Zabeli and Katerina Chryssanthopoulou from Architectural firm MoY Studio have created a splendid 50sqm home with two bedrooms, a living room, a dining space, a kitchen and a comfortable bathroom.

  • Camden Loft

    This 42sqm heritage-listed property is located near Camden Square, a conservation area close to Londons Regent’s canal and Camden Market. The area is famous for its bars, music culture, and entertainment, a vibrant suburb loved by Londoners.

  • Asprolithos Villas

    With a breathtaking view of the Aegean Sea, Asprolithos Villa was designed to reflect the simplicity and aesthetic of traditional Greek design.

  • Upper West Side Apartment

    Formerly a hotel built in the early 1900, this Upper West Side studio has been completely transformed into a bright and stylish contemporary home full of space-saving design tricks where a couple can comfortably cook and entertain.

  • Kolonaki

    This apartment is located in the downtown Athenian Quarter of Kolonaki, close to center of Greece’s capital. The 70’s style apartment complex has been carefully incorporated into the design of the interior by Lora Zampara and Michalis Saplaouras of Cluster Architects.

    In designing this home, the...

  • Smart Zendo

    Situated along the coast of Hong Kong, Smart Zendo apartment was designed to bring Zen ideas into a small home.

  • Shoji Apartment

    Located in a 19th Century Victorian building in the tree-lined cosmopolitan area of Belsize park in North London, Shoji Apartment brings it’s boho japanese brief to life with a simple structure, clean lines and flexible design.

  • Villa Saint Michel

    Once an uninhabited and dirty attic space, Villa Saint-Michel was transformed by Nicolas Bossard into a bright, compact and fluid space.

  • Quintana 4598

    The leafy streets of Saavedra are among the most desirable in Buenos Aires, access to parks, recreational areas and sporting facilities means the price of a square metre is close to the highest in the Argentinian capital.

  • 7MCH

    Located on the 5th floor of a Parisian revolution-era building, 7 MCH sits in a business district by day and a cultural hub by night.

  • Candy Cube Residence

    Surrounded by mountains in Tai Hang, Hong Kong, the 59sqm Candy Cube residence is a warm, cozy space; designed by architect Nelson Chow to separate its owner from the bustle of the city.

  • Jourdain

    In search of an affordable home in Paris, architect Matthieu Torres and his partner picked out a small, dark space with a beautiful view of Paris city. Completely gutting the neglected apartment allowed them to add a previously missing toilet and shower, as well as introduce a mezzanine level by ...

  • Studio Segui

    Located in a picturesque 1940’s building in the lively neighbourhood of Palermo in Buenos Aires, this bright and elegant mezzanine apartment was previously a small dark office space. By moving the kitchen, guest toilet and staircase to one side of the apartment, Architect Carol Burton created a f...

  • Lycabettus

    Almost completely submerged underground, this once dark and congested storage space was gutted by SOUTH architecture and transformed into a bright, comfortable and fully equipped studio apartment. The addition of a sculptural partition wall allowed SOUTH to create distinct functional living areas...

  • El Camarin

    Centrally located in Buenos Aires the 25sqm El Camarín occupies a triangular space in a 1950’s building previously left empty due to its small size. A unique scalloped balcony screen allowed iR architecture to incorporate the balcony into an expanded living area. The bedroom was relocated and sep...

  • Assemble Roseneath St

    "With a focus on sustainability, quality and fostering a strong sense of community, 122 Roseneath St is a project designed around flexible, shared spaces including a multi-purpose communal room, a bike workshop/laundry and an open terrace with a barbeque area and herb gardens. This 55m2 apartment...

  • The Brook

    Designed to feel like a New York style apartment yet appropriate for a regional setting, The Brook is a fully off-grid, transportable small house design that explores the use of recycled and restored materials. The double-height created by the expandable roof not only creates an additional sense ...

  • Il Cubotto

    In an inventive redesign of her 19th century Italian apartment into a multifunctional home and office, Architect Catarina Pilar Palumbo transformed the formerly gloomy space into a bright and colourful home. With the addition of a blue steel loft, she was able to elevate the bedroom and divide th...

  • Small Grand Apartment

    Set inside the heritage-listed Grand Hotel building in the Melbourne CBD, the aptly named Small Grand Apartment has been meticulously transformed by the team at tsai Design into an open plan, minimalist space by the use of clever, multi-functional design. The picturesque kitchen blends seamlessly...

  • City Veil

    Set on the 31st floor of a modern high rise, Desmond Wong meticulously designed his apartment to feel like a sanctuary amidst the bustling sounds of Hong Kong. A neutral palette, sheer curtains and raised furniture create a sense of lightness; along with arched doorways that soften the edges and ...

  • Urban Cabin

    Once an underutilised narrow porch situated between two overlapping villas, Urban Cabin, designed by Italian architect Francesa Perani, is now a multi purpose space that acts as studio, retreat and guest house. The living area includes a 7m long bench for seating and storage, while also unfolding...

  • Seaside Attic

    Determined not to let the limited square meterage and awkwardness of two pitched roofs affect the functional potential of this 1940’s studio apartment, Architect Pierluigi Colombo cleverly designed a few pieces of multifunctional furniture. Introducing a central divider that splits the apartment ...