Curbed NY is currently doing a special called microweek in which they highlight some of the smallest places to live and work in the City. One such place is this tiny 90 square foot apartment in the West Village, cleverly setup to look more like a much bigger 100 square foot apartment.
"I really like getting rid of things," says Mary Helen Rowell, as she stands in the middle of her minimally furnished West Village apartment. "It's my favorite thing." Considering that Rowell's apartment measures all of 90 square feet, purging is more of a necessity than a hobby, but enjoying the process makes it easier to keep the tiny space neat. "If there are three things on the floor, it's a disaster."
For more about the space and design decisions which actually make it livable, check out the full article on Curbed.
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