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An Archaeological Renovation Adds Precious Space to a Tiny Boston Apartment

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In Boston's Beacon Hill neighborhood, where space is tight and the cost of a home averages close to $1,000 per square foot, architect Chris Greenawalt of Bunker Workshop dug up some room for a minuscule apartment.

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Architects who practice in dense cities know its almost impossible to add square footage to an apartment.
At 525 square feet, the expanded apartment is still quite petite, so integrating solutions for managing clutter was...
The renovation revealed a 30-foot-deep well beneath the bedroom, which the team half-jokingly considered turning into a...
Along with historic wood and steel details, several warm brick walls were exhumed and left exposed.
The historic apartment has been updated throughout with white paint and minimalist accents, adapting its rustic...
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