The 192-square-foot living room arrangement centers around a set of furniture that folds, shifts, slides, and hides.
A square footage of 320 doesn’t go far in an apartment. Yet, this tiny home in Budapest feels like it has distinct zones thanks to some simple space dividing tricks.
Thought it may look small, the apartment manages to pack in a lot over three levels.
Because the owner only uses the flat to sleep, Casa 100 designed the home to be more like a hotel.
Kiev-based Fateeva Design has transformed a tiny flat into a studio apartment for a student living in Odessa, Ukraine.
Chinese firm FANAF Architects transformed the 330-square-foot living space for a reality TV show.
Design firm Sim-plex turned the 324-square-foot space into an efficient home with plenty of built-ins.
Designed by local architect and designer Elie Metni and his team, the aptly named Shoe Box apartment measures just 161 square feet.
The efficient space is divided into three zones by way of large birchwood furniture units that integrate a variety of functions.
The tiny flat includes all the amenities one would require, including a kitchen, bathroom, and sleeping loft, as well as extras like a lounge area and ample storage.
MVRDV’s (W)ego, just installed at Dutch Design Week, is an experiment in the future of urban housing.
Tikku is a bare-bones sustainable building constructed from cross-laminated timber (CLT) "spatial modules" that can be erected overnight.
This micro apartment in Stockholm proves that anything is possible—and that big city real estate is bananas.
The micro flat incorporates streamlined joinery, sliding partitions, overhead storage, deep shelving, and other space-saving techniques to create a home where everything is in its right place.
Designed as a short-term rental, this tiny apartment in Sydney, Australia is both stylish and functional.
Essentially a white container, each apartment features high ceilings and large windows that allow for the implementation of built-in units like in-wall cabinets and the afore-mentioned modules.
Fumio Sasaki, who downsized to 150 items in 215 square feet, argues for radical minimalism in his book, "Goodbye Things."
Working within a compact space doesn’t mean sacrificing comfort or style. You can still have a stainless steel kitchen with an oversized exhaust hood, marble countertops, farmhouse sink, subway tiles, and, most importantly, that Smeg refrigerator of your dreams.
The architects took an L-shaped 1,184-square-foot apartment in Budapest and placed the entrance at the center of the space in order to create a common access point for all three studios, which are each configured differently.
Called Kammerspiel, the wooden unit is a "room-within-a-room" that incorporates many elements of a traditional apartment into a compact space in order to open up the rest of the home.
Renting for roughly $400-$650 a month, the first 10 pods were snatched up in just 15 days. And there are plans for 1,000 more.
Zoning regulations for tiny houses vary widely depending on the location, so we went to the experts to find out where it’s actually feasible to build the tiny house of your dreams and what you need to know before you do.
The 388-square-feet studio comprises a versatile live and work space that includes a living room, work station, small kitchen, meeting area—and best of all, a secret hiding spot.
All of the homes clock in under 500 square feet, with one going as dangerously small as 86 square feet.
Florence and Milan-based architect Silvia Allori has transformed a compact 1970s studio apartment into a versatile and modular home and office for herself. Using a white laminate to cover all of the walls, Allori used a strict modular structure to organize the main living area.
The renovation of this 388-square-foot studio apartment involved carving out dining and living areas by using multi-purpose furniture.
Today, designer Yves Behar of fuseproject and the MIT Media Lab unveiled Ori, a new line of furniture solutions that lets you transform a studio space into a full apartment with the push of a button. Architectural robotics, y’all.
As urban apartments get smaller and smaller, efficient and attractive interior design can make all the difference. Check out, for example, this 236-square-foot pad in Taipei, Taiwan, which recently went through an impressive transformation.
Clocking in at just 8 square meters (that's a teeny 86 square feet), this Paris apartment, renovated by local firm Kitoko Studio, was once a bleak storage closet, and contained just a small sink and a single window.
Ah, another day, another brilliant tiny pad from Paris. This one, featuring a design inspired by Gene Kelly's apartment in An American in Paris (1951), has a few easy takeaways we can all use.
A new generation of tech millennials values location over square footage, and housing unit sizes are shrinking across the country