Efficiency and space conservation are always top of mind in crowded Hong Kong. In a city with seven million people and growing, not only is being nice to your neighbour imperative, but thinking creatively about how you use your space and your environmental impact is crucial for sustainability.
In this featured video, brilliant architect Gary Chang has converted his tiny studio apartment into a model of versatility for living and work spaces of the future. Nick-named, “the domestic transformer”, Chang has created a space that can morph into whatever he desires by moving wall panels and lowering other pieces of furniture which lie tucked inconspicuously into the wall.
Click here to view: Tiny Apartment Transforms Into 24 Rooms