Popular Mechanics - Tiny Transforming Apartment Is Like a Dozen Homes in One
There is a general, obnoxious rule when it comes to real estate. Size, location, reasonable price: pick two. But while living in a hip neighborhood in the middle of a city might mean you'll have to settle for an apartment that has more in common with a closet than it does with a house, you can go a long way to making it livable if it's a really nice closet.
Take, for example, Michelle and Andy who have a tiny 309-square-foot nestled into the core of Hong Kong's Central district. That could easily be a nightmare if it was just one solitary room with all the design of a well-decorated prison cell, but some clever transforming elements help to make it seem much bigger than it is.