Tiny House Fits a Family in 196 Square Feet
The most popular small space of the year was this tiny home, built by Macy Miller for just over $11,000. The 196-square-foot space in Idaho manages to comfortably fit Miller, her partner, their Great Dane, and a newborn.
Tiny, Streamlined Home Fit for a Family
Readers loved the story of a growing family's compact home in Brooklyn. Wall-mounted Murphy beds, sliding doors to close off or open up spaces as needed, and an overall lack of clutter help the family make the most of their limited square footage.
Bright Renovation of a Tiny Manhattan Apartment
GRO Architects helped graphic designers Brenda McManus and Ned Drew transform their crumbling, 607-square-foot Manhattan apartment into a bright space that shows off the residents' bold taste. All but two interior walls were demolished to open up the home, and extra storage was suspended from the ceiling.
Thriving Micro-Living Model
In San Diego, a 4,000-square-foot building houses eight live/work units that are occupied by design students and instructors from Woodbury University. Each unit, ranging from 450 to 595 square feet, features a high ceiling and a loft, which can used for sleeping or as studio space.
Renovated Garage is the Ultimate Modern Party Space
An unused garage was transformed into a delightful space for entertaining and relaxing overlooking Puget Sound on Vashon Island, Washington. Seattle firm Graypants decked out the structure with glass walls, so natural light streams in at all times.