Architect Transforms Cramped NYC Apartment With Clever Space-Saving Microelements

Living in an apartment in a big city, and being close to all the action that it can offer is something that many people enjoy. With housing prices on the rise—especially for larger, single-family homes out in the suburbs—many are opting to stay in the city by purchasing and remodeling older, and potentially less expensive, apartments. Renovating a dated apartment can be a challenge, however, especially if the layout is irregularly shaped, and lacking in natural light.

See full detail of the project here: