Uproxx - Is This Transforming Micro-Flat The Future Of Urban Housing?
Michelle and Andy had big plans for their flat in the Central district of Hong Kong. Michelle wanted a full kitchen and a bathtub; Andy wanted a home cinema and a gym. The problem? The space was 309 square feet, total. Which meant that they would need to get creative, or they would need to sacrifice some of those dream features.
Rather than start compromising on their goals, the couple teamed up with the architecture firm LAAB, who actually managed to make their small-space dreams come true, through consideration of what they call the 4th dimension—time.
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