What would living within a nine-foot building look and feel like?

As the world's cities continue to grow into metropolises (or megacities), the size and cost per square foot will continue to increase. Nine-Tiny Feet is a speculative design project for a cabin that addresses the shrinking of our living space. But, the question is, why 9 feet? Designer Michael Janzen explains:

Basically I wanted to explore the extreme end of tiny. I picked nine square feet because I think that’s about the amount of space I take up laying on the ground. It seemed like a good baseline and even though this house is still only in pixels it looks like it would work to me.

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