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Precision Living: Whole-Systems Design For A Seattle Micro-Apartment

Precision Living: Whole-Systems Design For A Seattle Micro-Apartment
Design

Steve Sauer's 182-square-foot apartment boasts quality over quantity.

Emma Hutchings
  • 9 may 2011

Tiny Seattle Apartment That's A Real Space-Saver [Pics]

Steve Sauer’s home in Seattle is a 182-square-foot apartment on the basement floor of a 102-year-old building, complete with a video lounge and a cafe area. Even with such a tiny space, he is able to fit in everything he needs, as The Seattle Times describes:

11-feet-3-inches wide, by 16-feet-2-inches deep, by 10-feet-4-inches tall (Sauer is very accurate) with two beds, a full kitchen with a dishwasher, bathroom with a shower, a soaking tub set into the floor just inside the front door. On three living levels. There’s also closet space, a dining table and storage for two bikes. All of it contemporary and in cool blue, with accents of black, red and white.

Tiny Seattle Apartment That's A Real Space-Saver [Pics]

The Seattle Times: “Tiny apartment shows the value of a good fit”

[via Curbly]

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