If you’ve ever thought that your home was too cramped to be functional, just look at what this Hong Kong architect was able to do with a mere 344 square feet.
Architect Gary Chang designed his apartment with innovative false walls that allow him to tuck entire rooms away when not in use. From mirrors on the ceiling to a warm yellow tint on the windows, light also played an important role in helping make the space feel much larger.
“Small area, but for us, small area means efficiency and user-friendliness,” said Chang.
In total there are 24 distinct rooms within this postage-stamp sized apartment.
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