The rising cost of housing in urban locations around the world is forcing consumers to seek out more affordable options like the Domino micro loft. Found in San Francisco, California, the Domino Loft is the work of architecture firm ICOSA and sees a small condo transformed into a working space with a bedroom, dining space, workstation, closet and even a guest bed.
The Domino Loft leverages the small, 500-square-foot to create a space that is utilized in unexpected ways to create a living area that can support a couple comfortably, albeit in a compact manner.
Despite housing costs, Millennial consumers are avid to foray into home ownership. As such, housing solutions like the Domino micro loft are enabling consumers to own a slice (figuratively and literally) of real estate.
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