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A Fully Functional Studio in Only 15 Square Metres
Residential
Sunday December 20 2015

A Fully Functional Studio in Only 15 Square Metres

Israeli architect Ranaan Stern has renovated an artist's apartment to create a 15-square metre studio that accommodates living and working spaces, as well as storage and...

Customised Interiors created with Moving Furniture Walls
Residential
Tuesday November 17 2015

Customised Interiors created with Moving Furniture Walls

Japanese architects studio-01 have designed a concept apartment composed of standard prefabricated furniture walls that can be easily moved and combined into different wall arrangements.

Living Small: The Growing Trend of Micro Apartments
Residential
Friday March 6 2015

Living Small: The Growing Trend of Micro Apartments

While living in a micro studio is a choice for some, for others it is a necessity. As the population in urban centres continues to grow,...

Compact ‘Pod’ Units: A Functional Response to Small Apartment Living
Commercial
Thursday January 30 2014

Compact ‘Pod’ Units: A Functional Response to Small Apartment Living

Sunday Apartments, created by Australian architectural company Woods Bagot, features 237 units which feature a compact central Pod that combines all the services and storage functions....

A Fully Functional Studio in Only 24 Square Metres
Residential
Wednesday October 2 2013

A Fully Functional Studio in Only 24 Square Metres

Melbourne-based Architecture Architecture has renovated a Cairo Studio Apartments to create a fully functional home in a mere 24 square metres.

Live Between Buildings!
Residential
Wednesday September 18 2013

Live Between Buildings!

A new project calls for narrow residential units that could fit in the vacant space between existing buildings.

The Doll’s House in Melbourne
Residential
Thursday July 25 2013

The Doll’s House in Melbourne

The Doll’s House, a recently completed renovation of a worker’s cottage in Fitzroy, shows that space need not always hamper creativity.