Gizmodoâ has some fantastic coverage of Treehugger.com founder Graham Hill's apartment in New York. This tiny house, with its eight transforming rooms, packs all the necessities of a full size home into a mere 420 square feet. Appropriately, the hyper-functioning space is called a "Life Edited" apartment. Essentially a square cube, the home features a living room/office that transforms into a bedroom; a telescopic dining table and chairs for 10 untuck from a modular wall closet and fit nicely into the living room; a guest room features pull-out wall beds for extra sleeping; a hidden closet is accessed on tracks behind a dividing wall; and a fully-functional kitchen and bathroom.
The tiny apartment house includes a full size living room with many hidden unexpected transforming possibilities.
Hill sets up an expandable table for 10, turning the space into yet another room.
The dining room reveal shows how easily the tiny space accommodates yet another full functionality.
An office wall pulls out from a modular wall unit into an instant full size work space.
Hill gets ready to reveal a hidden room behind the modular dividing wall. Advertisement
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Take a look at Hill and his editable home in action:
Another more comprehensive walkthrough of the home:
More small space design coverage here: Space saving designs.