I think you’re going to love how this guy turned a 182 sq. ft. storage space into an awesome, fully livable 8-room micro apartment in Seattle.
That’s right. At first he was just looking for some storage space to keep some of his extra stuff. Once he took a look, he immediately realized that the space had more potential than just for storage.
Since he used to design airplane interiors for Boeing, he decided to use his expertise to create a home that would fit into the 182-square-foot storage space.
Let’s go inside, shall we?
I encourage you to take the tour of the apartment below, watch the video, and learn how he did it below:
Video Tour of this Seattle 182 Sq Ft Stacking Micro Apartment
Stacking to Create more Functionality into the Space
How did Steve manage to create 8 different functions within such a tiny space? He did it by stacking functions, as he calls it. For example, there’s a cafe area directly above the video lounge.
In another area, there’s a bedroom loft directly above a walk-in closet and office area. And there’s more.
In the main room, the floor space has room for a transforming table. Below the entry way you can find a Japanese-style tub hidden below. Reminds me of Jay Shafer’s component furnishings for tiny houses. This tiny place is full of surprises.
What About Steve’s Stuff?
He ended up getting rid of most of those things and bought the space to start the project instead. :)
Find out more about Steve’s tiny apartment here on his website.
Read the original story on Faircompanies here.
Watch the video on YouTube right here.
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