Never Too Small • Documentary, Special Interest
Architect team Alex Nielsen and Liz Walsh repurposed and upgraded an existing 1970s bed-sit apartment into a sleek yet functional micro-home. With the wall and ceiling wrapped in plywood, insertion of 2 skylights and variation in ceiling height creating a unique vaulted volume.
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