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Built as part of Hill’s LifeEdited project that promotes living large in small places, the design for this LifeEdited prototype apartment was the result of a crowd-sourced competition that drew over 300 entries in 2011. The winning design, One Size Fits All, offers high-end living with room for a home office, hideaway kitchen, two guest beds, a spacious lounging area with a home theater, and a 12-person dining area.

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According to LifeEdited, the small apartment is also outfitted with other unseen benefits, such as an air barrier and heat recovery ventilator that give the low-carbon studio near Passive House levels of insulation. Ready to move on to their next project, LifeEdited is currently working on a new magical microdwelling, this time with an even smaller footprint of 350 square feet.

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