Now, we find an article in the Times that explores the aims of the makers, Barratt. (Who, knows - maybe the Times is reading our site).The “Barratt iPad” is just 380 sq ft — 25 per cent smaller than an average 500 sq ft one-bedroom flat, but larger than a studio apartment.The one-bedroom version, which includes a small lounge, dining area, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom, fully fitted bathroom and balcony, will sell for between £80,000 and £120,000.

Earlier this week we showed a photo we took of a micro-apartment building in London's Westminster near Victoria Station. Now, we find an article in the Times that explores the aims of the makers, Barratt.

The “Barratt iPad” is just 380 sq ft — 25 per cent smaller than an average 500 sq ft one-bedroom flat, but larger than a studio apartment.

The one-bedroom version, which includes a small lounge, dining area, fully fitted kitchen, double bedroom, fully fitted bathroom and balcony, will sell for between £80,000 and £120,000… Barratt has spent 18 months developing the concept and has already pre-sold its first 30 iPad homes in Middlesbrough.

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