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An 18-Square-Meter Microapartment That Is Surprisingly Spacious And Livable
By Jillian Wong, 17 Sep 2015
Located in Kharkov, Ukraine, this 18-square-meter microapartment designed for a weightlifter is a surprisingly spacious living space.
Despite the apartment’s tiny confines—it measures just under 200 square feet—it manages to house a living area, a small kitchen and a bathroom, thanks to its vaulted ceilings which measure five meters high.
Ukrainian architecture firm One Studio converted the vast empty space above the living room into a bedroom which fits a large bed and a workdesk, essentially creating a second level.
Though it isn’t as small as this 13-square-meter microapartment we featured previously, we think the architects have done an impressive job of utilizing the limited space.
View some pictures of the apartment below and check out these other tiny abodes.
[via Home Designing, images by One Studio]
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