Would you be able to live in an ultra-compact, 345 square foot studio apartment? It might not be as bad as you think - if you have the privilege of calling this NYC micro apartment your home!
The city’s first self-powered building features apartments with recycled concrete floors and fixtures, and large windows that let in plenty of light. Every little corner of the space is used, and it’s clear that a lot of thought and architectural ingenuity went into the layout.
Complete with a bedroom, kitchen, bathroom and dining room – the triangular-shaped apartment is bright, well-light and doesn’t feel uncomfortable or confined at all. To view pictures of the tiny apartment, visit Inhabitat
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