September 15, 2010 |
In: Architecture, Design
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And yet, your penis is still only 2 inches long.
Just looks like an Ikea showhouse
It doesn't look that small…. try a 50sqft. "2 bedroom" apartment in Manhattan, in which 4 people live.
Qk, what is with the floor in #4 & 5?? What is that?
an escape slide? (would actually be awesome if true)
Possibly a bath
I found myself hoping against hope that this was true. EPIC.
I would have to agree with tommybhoy, it looks like it's a bathtub.
You could bring a date home and have sex in three or four rooms at once.
Best. Fort. Ever.
I gave you a thumbs up because you look hot… Just sayin'
Im guessing the wrench is for on the spot renovations
Yes, but your mother paid me well
My dorm is smaller than this
this is a pretty impressive use of space. There is actually two beds.
This place is in Seattle. I work right by the building.The guy in the pics is the one who designed it. He works for Boeing designing interiors. The thing in the floor in pic 4&5 is a tub. From a local article about it.
"The uber-cool, fully functional 182-square-foot home for two on the basement floor of a 102-year-old apartment building that Sauer is finishing after seven years of work.".
Here is a link to the article.
Enjoy the sauce.
really nice, would like yo build my own!
what is this, an apartment for ants!?!?! How are the people supposed to live in it if they can't fit in the front doors?
it encourages people to not just sit alone in their apartment watching tv and playing madden all week long! get out there and do stuff!!
You literally made me laugh at loud. This apartment needs to be at least…three times bigger
One of the apartment in china?
Is that Pi? Sweet.
first, where does he sleep?
second, how is that bike just sitting up there there at that angle on the wall?!!
haha, yeah, you're right…I haven't soon Zoolander either, dick head.
Yeah, open concept isn't so great when there is no door to the bathroom and someone is taking a dump while you're cooking….
Gives new meaning to cooking with gas.
i think i've seen smaller apartments that probably didn't even cost as much. i used to work in a studio and these people turned their little recording space in to luxury suites.
it looks like ikea came all over this place
how are you gonna run to another room when you rip a particularly bad one?
its in a basement…
182 sq feet…
The huge kitchen and bathroom don’t fit the rest. Props for watching Pi the movie though.
As opposed to watching Pi the symbol?
I've seen any number of apartments in New York City that are MUCH smaller than this.
Maybe i'm limiting the definition of "functional", but this place seems a bit more than that.
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