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Transforming Micro Apartment

Living in New York City often times means trading square footage for convenience. Not so with the Transforming Micro Apartment. This unique dwelling makes the most of its meager 420 square feet by relying on a clever modular design. Thanks to a sliding wall, hidden table, folding beds, and other neat tricks, this tiny apartment can sleep four comfortably, host a sit down dinner for ten, serve as two semi-separate offices, store bicycles, clothes, and more, all with a sleek, contemporary style that'd be the envy of many apartments multiple times its size.

  • Bunkie

    Your next shed, cabin, or outdoor retreat doesn't have to be some plain aluminum abomination of engineering. Take the Bunkie ($TBA) for example. With an outline that's a symbol of a house, it features a frame made using a CNC router, plywood and reclaimed barn board in the interior, and the ability to be flat-packed and shipped to the site for final assembly. Glass front and back sections keep the whole thing from feeling cramped, and with two queen-sized murphy beds built into a main wall, it's got plenty of room for whatever you have planned.

  • The Crib

    Whether you're looking for a backyard office, weekend cabin, or just want to reduce your ecological footprint, The Crib ($TBA) is a good choice. Designed for both flexibility and eco-friendliness, it is fabricated off-site and assembled where ever you desire. The three available models range from 315 sq. ft. of total area in the Basic model up to 650 sq. ft. in the Extended model, and can be outfitted with a hidden kitchen, a bathroom on the lower level, a 140 sq. ft. deck accessible via a glass and metal garage door, and a loft with either 60 sq. ft. or 120 sq. ft. of space.