I got to show you this apartment back in 2011 when Kirsten visited the tiny 78-square-feet New York apartment and I asked, “could you live and work in this 78-square-foot apartment?”
That’s what architect Luke Clark Tyler does. He lives and works here.
Spaces TV is calling it “America’s Smallest Apartment.”
It’s even smaller than many of the tiny houses on wheels that are normally featured here.
Luke’s couch is also his bed. He built and designed it himself so that it makes the space multifunctional.
Get the complete tour with Spaces TV. Just click the play button below to watch the video tour and interview with Luke, who lives and works out of the micro apartment in Midtown Manhattan.
I encourage you to watch the 2:57 video tour and interview below:
Photo source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m94dizzZqxE
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