With an average purchasing price around $23K per square meter, it’s no wonder that some of the world’s most amazing transforming spaces come from Hong Kong. And this apartment by HK’s LAAB Architecture might be the most most versatile transforming.
At LifeEdited, our preference for urban planning leans toward density. As a general rule, greater density is more energy efficient, promotes walking and some even say happiness. But like anything, there can be too much of a good thing. And.
We’re big proponents of high-density urban living but there comes a point where small-footprint, efficient housing starts looking a whole lot like storage units for humans. Few places fit that bill like Hong Kong, which boasts the second highest density.
We’ve looked at some pretty small spaces like Felice Cohen’s 90 sq ft NYC apartment or Japan’s wan rūmu manshons. But these places feel palatial compared to the 16 sq ft “King’s Cube”. “King’s Cube” is a “luxury” Hong Kong apartment that features.