Just how small is too small when it comes to micro housing? A barely-there tiny apartment in Kharkov, Ukraine raises that exact question thanks to its 18-square meter micro space. Unlike most tiny homes we've seen in the past, this compact unit designed by Ukrainian architecture firm One Studio comes with a surprising amount of light and space. And did we mention it's heavy duty enough to shelter a weightlifter?
Although the apartment measures less than 200 square feet, it is fully functional with an open living area, small kitchen, one bedroom and bathroom. Even more impressive is the fact that the compact living room is luminous and airy thanks to the high vaulted ceilings and large windows.
Every inch of the apartment is strategically utilized to create storage space. The stairs double as drawers and multi-purpose shelves are found throughout the apartment. Upstairs, the vaulted ceiling was used to create ample space for a decent sized bedroom with a desk and additional storage.
Via Design Taxi
Images via One Studio