Never Too Small • Documentary
UKO is Australia's first co-living space in Stanmore, in the inner-west of Sydney, Australia. Architect Ashkan Mostaghim from Mostaghim and Associates presents the smallest of UKO's footprints, a 19sqm Micro Apartment. Including a small bathroom and kitchen, a flexible layout is made possible by cleverly designed joinery that maximises floor space by ensuring essentials, including a dining table and sofa is able to be packed away under a queen bed when not required.
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