Having space for a kitchen, living room, bedroom is possible in just 425 square feet, but it's a little tight—however, the Manhattan Micro Loft is a storage space home by Specht Harpman Architects that makes a clever use of space. To make the most of a cramped New York apartment space, the architects made use of 24' of vertical space, dividing the apartment up horizontally for a number of different functions.
On the bottom of the unit is space for a large corner couch, as well as a number of other furniture pieces that fold out from behind walls and staircases. On top of it all, there's even a green roof garden when you need a little fresh air.
This Smart Storage Home Makes the Most of Vertical Space
Laura McQuarrie — September 22, 2014 — Art & Design
References: spechtharpman & design-milk