Posted: 11 Mar 2013 11:43 AM PDT
Gizmodo has some fantastic coverage of Treehugger.com founder Graham Hill’s apartment in New York. This tiny house, with its eight transforming rooms, packs all the necessities of a full size home into a mere 420 square feet. Appropriately, the hyper-functioning space is called a “Life Edited” apartment. Essentially a square cube, the home features a living room/office that transforms into a bedroom; a telescopic dining table and chairs for 10 untuck from a modular wall closet and fit nicely into the living room; a guest room features pull-out wall beds for extra sleeping; a hidden closet is accessed on tracks behind a dividing wall; and a fully-functional kitchen and bathroom.
Take a look at Hill and his editable home in action:
More small space design coverage here: Space saving designs.
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