Ronnie Citron-Fink

Incredible Micro Home Transforms Into 24 Different Living Spaces

by , 09/10/10
filed under: Architecture

small space living, gary chang, hong kong, domestic transformer, tiny home, eco architecture, sustainable architecture, tiny house, small apartment, green design, sustainable living, small footprint

This micro home in Hong Kong designed by architect Gary Chang is called the “Domestic Transformer” because it transforms from a mere 344 sq. ft. into 24 differently designed living spaces. Sliding panels and walls allow for multiple eco-possibilities, making this apartment a functional living space with many of the amenities of a full house. Check out a video of the apartment here!

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2 Comments

  1. Amazing Space Saving Fu... November 17, 2010 at 3:31 pm

    [...] after the famous nesting dolls, Matroshka is designed for those who live in compact dwellings — it includes everything needed in an apartment except the kitchen sink and the bathroom. The [...]

  2. denzilstone September 11, 2010 at 2:14 am

    I like this and specially, Sliding panels and walls allow for multiple eco-possibilities is great idea. Thanks for sharing.

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