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Microapartment

A microapartment, also known as a microflat, is a one-room, self-contained living space, usually purpose built, designed to accommodate a sitting space, sleeping space, bathroom and kitchenette with 14–32 square metres (50–350 sq ft) In some cases, residents may also have access to a communal kitchen, communal bathroom/shower, patio and roof garden.

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Beautiful 100 Square Foot Homes

The Bold Italic has an interview with Tumbleweed which makes tiny little cabins, as small as 100 square feet of living space: www.thebolditalic.com

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

182 square foot Seattle microapartment

"Engineer Steve Sauer has spent the last 10 years designing and perfecting a subterranean storage unit into his own 182 square foot micro apartment in Seattle. The “pico dwelling” (pico is a trillionth) manages to fit in everything one might need in a home with clever storage and custom built solutions. The idea was to stack necessary functions into layered spaces, like a bed, a video lounge with a flat-screen TV, a cafe section with views to the sidewalk, etc." Via Design Milk: design-milk.com

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

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