A while back I interviewed two New Yorkers who were Living it up in the big city, but in a very small way. One of them was interviewed by fair companies and took us on video tour of her place. You can read my interview with them here
So many places have posted this, but I have decided that this video simply because it is one of the best video on the subject to date. Thus is important to post for those who didn’t get a chance to see it. I watched an interview where the person spoke about Jay’s way with words on the matter, how he can take what seems to seem like a crazy idea and make it sound reasonable. I couldn’t agree more, the idea of living in 130 square feet is kinda nuts in a way, but you watch this video and you begin to see a concept evolving. Anyway, this is a must see video, enjoy!
I was sent this neat video from a reader (Thanks Maria!) of a Tokyo Apartment. I often look to what Asia and Europe are doing in terms of living space because they have been living in such small spaces for a very long time. Americans are pretty new to the game, or at least we have moved away from it.
This funny and insightful talk from TEDxHouston, builder Dan Phillips tours us through a dozen homes he’s built in Texas using recycled and reclaimed materials in wildly creative ways. Brilliant, low-tech design details will refresh your own creative drive.