We're amazed that a family of four and their dog live in this tiny, all-white apartment. Located in the Marais district of Paris, the space measures 40 meters squared, or about 431 square feet. How does the family manage? Every imaginable place has concealed storage, including stairs with drawers used to store shoes and bags. Each living space has multiple uses: the living and dining room also serve as the master bedroom, complete with a Murphy bed. More info, photos, and a floorplan, below the jump...
Almost every item is hidden, including the fridge, to keep the clean, white design of the space as open as possible. The children, aged 8 and 11, sleep on a bunk bed and keep their toys in hidden cupboards. The dog is a big, black Labrador named Scott who photographs very well in the white apartment.
The father, Cyril Aouizerate, lived in this space alone before having a family. He bravely turned it into a home for his family of four and a dog! Aouizerate says his home happily reminds him of an astronaut's space ship. What do you think of it?
Click here to see the full Cote Maison slideshow of this tiny apartment.