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The house's ceiling was hewn from Douglas fir, which gives off a warm glow.
The living room's double height makes the space seem larger that its actual size.
When not in use as the headboard, the large redwood slab folds down to become a desk.
The roughly 160-square-foot modules, dubbed Mini House 2.0, were built in collaboration with Swedish manufacturer...
A small dining room occupies the space just beyond the living room.
The Box Kitchen contains two burners, a ventilation hood, a sink, a dishwasher, and a microwave.
“There’s that iteration you go through, trying to both maximize space and the feeling of space,so that it doesn’t feel...
The use of wall space is maximized to keep clutter from the floor and allow for an open feeling. Micro-unit LaunchPad.
Of the seven steps in Michael Pozner’s not-quite-500-square-foot aerie in Greenwich Village, five contain drawers.
Think Small features a nautically inspired New York home and a little red house with a lot of character in Seattle.
A couple of quick and easy folds and tucks make transforming the couch into a bed at the end of the day easy even for...
Hang the folded chair in a closet until it's ready to be used.
Pozner credits Borowski with the idea to use a roller shade, purchased at the Shade Store, to close off the sleeping...
Splashy bunk beds made from yellow lattice brick outfit this stylish hostel in Mexico.
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