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An Architect Squeezes 24 Rooms Into 344 Square Feet. Sally Schneider considers the feat:

Using sliding panels and walls and consummately clever thinking, architect Gary Chang revamped his tiny 344-square-foot Hong Kong apartment to be able to change it into 24 different designs. It totally challenges preconceived notions of what a space can be, which is Chang’s mission.

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    this is incredible
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    amazing.
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    Now the woman living in that 66 sq ft apt in nyc needs to listen & learn. Tiny living at work.
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    A bit of a departure from news, but still incredibly interesting! (from theatlantic) An Architect Squeezes 24 Rooms Into...
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    Only in Hong Kong..
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