GRAHAM HILL's “micro-living” nyc apartment
In 2010 Graham Hill, founder of treehugger.com decided to simplify his life by constructing an apartment that could offer all the functionality of typical city living in as little space as possible. With plenty of help from Romanian design students Catalin Sandu and Adrian Iancu, Hill managed to fit everything from two guest beds to a large dinner table into a tiny 420-square-foot home in New York City. Here the environmentally-conscious creative gave Gizmodo an apartment tour showing its clever features, hidden storage and moving walls.
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