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This is a tiny modern apartment.

According to this post on Imgur, It’s located somewhere in South Korea.

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Tiny Modern Apartment in South Korea

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Photos via Imgur

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This is the Nano Studio: a 140 sq. ft. micro apartment designed for students.

It’s created by the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada in an effort to offer affordable housing for its students.

Inside, you’ll find a very simple layout with a kitchen, bathroom, and a living area that converts from bedroom to study using multi-functional furniture.

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Nano Studio: 140 Sq. Ft. Micro Apartment for Students

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This is Ewa’s 269 sq. ft. Kings Cross flat in London.

25 square meter (or 269 square feet) isn’t a lot (especially as it also occasionally is my workspace), so I had to be inventive with the space: The kitchen unit got taken out of the living-room, all the bathroom interiors were replaced by a small IKEA kitchen and separated by a wall of Slovakian glass blocks from a new shower unit and then the storage room/cupboard where the previous owner stored their washing-machine etc etc, got turned into a lavatory, something it had been originally in Edwardian days when 2 flats shared the toilet. That was a year ago. Since then I have had one gas stove change into a cupboard (the need for space being pressing!) and the other stove has become a wood burning stove instead. It cost a small fortune, being based in Central London, but it is something the Swede in me have always longed for (it is a lot more interesting to look at the a TV set:))..

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269 Sq. Ft. Kings Cross Flat in London

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This is the Zoku loft, a hybrid micro home design for work and living.

In only 269 sq. ft., you get a multi-functional space with a kitchen, living area, dining area, bathroom, bedroom, storage, desk, and more.

Would you live in a tiny apartment like this in a big city to make rent more affordable? I would! How about you? Let’s talk about it in the comments. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

Zoku Loft: Hybrid Micro Home for Work and Living

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Images © Ewout Huibers

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This is Zoku, a modern hotel in Amsterdam with micro loft apartments that are rentable by the night and designed for those seeking a temporary residence.

The smallest space is 258 sq. ft. and the largest is 322 sq. ft. There is a large open community area designed to feel like a living room, game room, co-work space, and on-site restaurant serving healthy food options with a new daily menu. You can book a stay now but the hotel doesn’t open until May, 2016.

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Zoku Micro Loft Hotel and Co-Workspace for Global Nomads

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Images © Zoku

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This 425 sq. ft. micro apartment in Manhattan has been wonderfully renovated called the MicroLoft. Back in the 1990s it was purchased for about $95,000.

Years later it was renovated for a cost of $400,000 for a client to make every square inch inside count and I’m showing you here so you can get an idea of what you can really do with a small amount of space. And, of course, we can implement the same ideas in here ourselves (if you’re a DIY person) and not pay any where nearly as much money.

Louise Harpman, founding partner of Specht Harpman, says that the demand for small spaces right now is huge and it continues to grow in many areas across the country. She also talks about other designs like the ZeroHouse that they are developing and offering.

Manhattan Micro Apartment Transformation

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Images © Taggart Sorenson

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Right now in this post I want to show you how Nate Berkus has turned this woman’s 250 sq. ft. micro apartment in NYC into a gorgeous tiny palace with storage galore throughout.

The kitchen was renovated with state of the art space saving appliances. One of the most unique parts of the home is how Nate used wall to wall floral curtains to create hidden storage (see below).

Now every square inch of Martha’s apartment is being properly utilized with appropriate storage and decor. See for yourself below and let me know what your thoughts are on it in the comments.

250 Sq. Ft. NYC Micro Apartment Turned into Tiny Palace

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