MINI SPACES FOR LIVING NEW URBAN CONCEPTS
Defining the space of a small home requires you to prioritise the current needs of its inhabitants and to get to know them, their physical limitations, the legal restrictions and whether they have a limited budget. The objective is to create spaces which improve the inhabitants' quality of life, whilst also preserving their personality. Featuring photographs of small (22-56m²) homes and apartments from various countries around the world, from Tokyo to New York, the book shows its readers how to use the limited spaces of their urban dwellings. For those with a passion for architecture and interior design, there are also small footnotes from the writers, explaining the logic and architectural theories being applied to the design of these homes.