Small that's big

You know I love Ikea. There's something about the usability and efficiency of space (as well as the fashion sense, balanced with our image of utopia). And I'm continually delighted by the space-saving designs featured on Apartment Therapy.

So all this is taken up a couple notches, two-fold:

* Gary Chang's
344 square foot Hong Kong apartment: Wow. Not only a utilization of design to expand and diversify space, but also an embrace of tracks and reflective surfaces.



*
Window Farms' quest to design hydroponic gardens efficiently mounted along small urban windows:





How much more can we do with and within small? And how can we redefine small?

Comments

  1. Someone we know is going to incorporate the Hong Kong apt. in his den.

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  2. Very cool - thanks for sharing.

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