Newsatlas - Form follows time in tiny Hong Kong home
Hong Kong-based architects LAAB describes the city as "one of the most expensive places in the world to live." So keen were one couple to live in the city's Central district, though, they bought a 309-sq ft (29-sq m) apartment and had LAAB squeeze in a host of full-size features.
The Small Home Smart Home is one of a growing number of small apartments with space-saving designs that can allow the residents to avoid having to pay for larger accommodation or live in an area that might otherwise be out of their price range. ICOSA's Domino Loft and the University of British Columbia's new Nano suites are two other recent examples of this.
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