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Originally posted by Mactire
I did something similar with the apartment I had back when I lived in Philly a few years back. The entire apartment was about 500 square feet, and it housed myself, my wife, and our son. Not the most spacious of places, but we faired well. Innovation is the key to happiness in this world, not money, power, or space. If you're innovative enough, anything else you want will come to you.
Originally posted by KevinB
Wow, just wow. Overpopulation my ass, think of how much "free" space we have using this guys designs. Great find op, S&F
Originally posted by davespanners
Really amazing design.
I can see a few arguments if your a couple living there though.
Husband "Darling I'm just going to finish my report in the study, you stay in bed and watch TV"
Wife "AGhhhh your crushing my legs into my head"
Originally posted by superluminal11
eventually they will have you convinced living in a 10ft x 5ft concrete room is livin high on the hog
Originally posted by lifeissacred
Intelligent, efficient architecture like this is the way of the future, imagine what could be achieved with this sort of design, affordable and comfortable living. Maybe this sort of futuristic building should be utilised in state subsidised housing and council housing as a method of improving the lifestyles (and in turn work ethic and motivation) for tenants as well as providing affordable and comfortable housing for university students. Awesome post. S&F
Originally posted by Chance321
Very nice. But if living is so tight, why doesn't china use some of their empty cities? www.wnd.com...
If you don't want to believe this link just do a search for "China's ghost cities". I mean there has to be some reason why they're building all these huge cities and not using them.