We've seen some mighty small apartments in our time, but Luke Clark Tyler's Midtown Manhattan studio may very well be the new winner. At just 78-square-feet, the architect's studio home is cozier than some walk-in closets, but the space works quite efficiently thanks to Tyler's architecture prowess. Read on to check out Kirsten Dirksen's video of this box-like bachelor pad, and you may even be able to take home some tips as Tyler explains how he created a flip-down bed for about $170.
Before living in the 78-square-foot apartment, Tyler actually inhabited a larger, 96-square-foot home but chose to downsize.
One of the best benefits of the studio is that you don’t even need an ottoman.
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