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Thread: Ingenious use of space

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    Ingenious use of space

    Ingenious use of space. Watch the video for the 330 sq. ft. apartment in Hong Kong.

    http://realestate.yahoo.com/news/wou...artments-.html

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    Too cool!!!!
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    I could not get all my 'stuff' in something that small. I live in a small enough house as it is. I wouldn't want anything smaller than I have.
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    Wow...that's so claustrophic. And...there's not space for sewing machines
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    Yeah, I'd feel claustrophobic too. I think I've accomplished a lot simply by switching from a collection of books to my Kindle, and from CDs to my iPod and mp3s!

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    wow interesting and fits his lifestyle ..
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    Fascinating. Don't know if quilters could do it. Maybe the one by Gary Chang.

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