The older I get, the less I need. I once fantasized about 4000 square feet homes. Now, that same image evokes in me a sense of waste, loneliness and high energy bills. I get the feeling TreeHugger.com founder Graham Hill felt the same way when he set out to design a tiny New York City apartment into a multi-functional, modern home with moving walls. After watching this video, which highlights the design project Hill calls "LifeEdited," I felt thoroughly inspired to keep on keepin' on with my small way of living.
About the LifeEdited project, The New York Times wrote last week, "It may be that the house of the future is an apartment — at 420 square feet, a very small apartment ." (May we all live so small.)
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