During Small Cool 2011 we showed you some images of Luke's Barely Habitable 78-square-foot live/work apartment, and though photos did a great job of covering every inch of the tiny place, it's interesting to see the same space in three dimensions along with Luke's insightful commentary.
For $800 a month in midtown Manhattan, architect Luke gets 78 square feet in which to execute efficient strategies for space planning. He created a reverse Murphy bed, tucked a mini-fridge underneath a desk with drawer storage, and a closet that includes both wardrobe and kitchen utilities. He shares a hallway bathroom with three other similarly-sized apartments in the building. Perhaps most importantly, Luke loves his place and keeps an upbeat attitude about all the challenges associated with living in a tiny apartment.
Image: Luke Clark Tyler