Never Too Small
As cities demand more and more housing, Australian architects turn to existing buildings to create new homes - aiming to sustainably re-use by converting tiny spaces into cleverly designed micro-homes.
In Melbourne, Nicholas Aguis redesigns a tiny 24 square metre art deco apartment to become a home fit for a couple, building innovative inserts that don't disrupt the home's original makeup. Elsewhere, designer Jack Chen radically reconfigured his own home so he could keep a home office, designing multi-purpose joinery that serves as both dividing walls and furniture.
Available until: 31 Jul 2022, 11:59pm