Could you live in only 330 sq ft? | The “Domestic Transformer”

And I thought the 530 sq ft studio units here in the Built Green community of High Point (West Seattle) were small. This apartment in Hong Kong is really small at 330 sq ft.

Of course, I could live in a space this small if it was smartly designed as in this video – and I lived alone (along with maybe my small dog).

I DVR this show, World’s Greenest Homes. It’s like a travel show and home show all in one.

About 4 minutes.

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About Wendy Hughes-Jelen

Wendy Hughes-Jelen is a Seattle-area Realtor® who is EcoBroker Certified® and is a Earth Advantage® Broker AND Built Green® Certified Professional. She helps people find and create their own healthy home, and is trained to assist those with chemical sensitivities, asthma, allergies, or other health concerns that indoor air quality can impact. Wendy is certified to use Energy Star's Portfolio Manager for Energy Efficiency Accounting and Benchmarking (NRGbenchmarking.com). Be sure to look for Westside Green Living With Wendy on Facebook.
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One Response to Could you live in only 330 sq ft? | The “Domestic Transformer”

  1. Chadd says:

    Very cool use of modules, as well as the elements of tinted lights and mirrors. Thanks for sharing!

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