Never Too Small • Documentary, Special Interest
In Sydney's Pyrmont, two neighbours have come together to replace their car spaces with identical 35sqm footprint one-bedroom tiny homes. Loft House x2 by Architect Brad Swartz provides an innovative template for how neighbours can cooperate to unlock underutilised inner-city land.
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SAM - Bao Living
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Luxury Micro Condo
Nestled in the UNESCO Amsterdam Canal District World Heritage Site, this 15.8 micro-apartment was comprehensively transformed by Studio Piet Boon. Studio Piet Boon's design approach creates a great sense of luxury by incorporating as many (hidden) functionalities as possible, and while historical...
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 ...