You have to see this to believe it. Gary Chang, an award-winning architect from Hong Kong, grew up in this tiny apartment with his parents, three sisters, and a sublet. Chang, now 46, still lives in the flat, and has spent most of his adult life redesigning his miniature flat into what he calls a “domestic transformer.” He managed to fit 24 rooms into 330 square foot of space by using sliding units, hung on metal tracks on the ceiling, that can be moved around to form different configurations. It is like playing with an extra large set of LEGO. If you think that housing in New York city is expensive, you better think twice. Chang’s apartment now worths about $1.3 million, which is almost $4,000 per square foot.
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