Living big in a small HK flat

I lived in Hong Kong for a couple years, and know personally that flats are tiny and rents high, which is why I chose to live on one of the outlying islands.

But this very clever architect, Gary Chang, converted his 344 sq. ft. tenement flat into a rubik’s cube wonderland that changes into 24 different settings, simply by sliding walls and panels in and out. Calling it the ‚ÄúDomestic Transformer, it is the ultimate swanky bachelour’s pad, as he shares in this Green Living clip.

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