nArchitects has put together a series of micro living spaces that will help to tackle the current housing crisis that is on-going in New York City and other similar urban regions in the world. The building designs are tall, slender and micro offering a modular residence that is smaller in size while still maintaining the functionalities of standard home.
Due to the increasing population and lack of space for housing development, nArchitects has put together a series of micro apartment buildings to provide affordable and modern housing for consumers. The apartments are slimmer than average, ranging as small as 20 square metres. Despite the slender size, the apartments run long giving a bachelor style home with an open-concept layout from kitchen to bedroom.
nArchitects Offers Affordable Small Living Spaces for Housing Crisis
M — March 24, 2016 — Art & Design
References: narchitects & dezeen