Graham Hill (founder of treehugger.com among other ventures) recently spearheaded the design of an ultra-efficient apartment space in New York City. It’s an energy efficient home, courtesy of its small footprint and features like built-in solar powered phone chargers. But most impressive is its incredibly efficient use of space, essentially squeezing 8 distinct living spaces into a 420-square-foot studio.
The LifeEdited apartment combines unique architectural designs with space-saving fixtures and furniture. For example, a sliding bookshelf converts a bedroom into a living room/office space, and a telescoping table with 10 stacking chairs provide space to host a dinner party.
This fascinating video from LifeEdited shows the studio transforming:
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