In April, we brought you news of this woman's 90-square-foot apartment. Now, it looks like she's been trumped in the tiny living-space department (probably not a prize you want to win) by architect Luke Clark Tyler, whose chic-ish home-sweet-home is a 78-square-foot studio. In the video by *faircompanies below, Tyler gives us a, uh, tour (that cameraman must have just finished a cleanse) of the abnormal, $800-per-month abode, which, with a bit of ingenuity, boasts a a custom bed-cum-couch, a mini-bar sized refrigerator, and a highly organized built-in closet. This architect—yes, you read that right—seems pretty content with his casa, despite the shared bathroom and lack of a kitchen. The weird thing is he works from home on what has to be the most uncomfortable looking skinny desk/high stool combo. While we'd be at the local Starbucks, that probably wouldn't make sense to a dude who microwaves his own eggs. Not gonna lie, you're cute, but that nightcap is happening at our place, not yours.
This home in Chicago is by far one of our most impressive in terms of sheer space and total wackiness. It’s made up of six one-bedroom apartments that include among them two cats, a lot of different design ideas, and something close to four rotating tenants, all of whom are friends.
The home is big, beautiful, and read
Ditch the coffee table. Just get rid of it. This may sound aggressive, but many of us just don't have the setup for a massive rectangle dead center in our living rooms. If you've managed to get one to fit, it's probably crowding all the furniture and upsetting the room's feng shui. Or, upsetting your shins as you awkwardly read