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A subterranean storage unit-turned-micro-apartment in Seattle [Video]
When most folks acquire storage units the last thing they want to do is actually move into them. Not the case with Steve Sauer who went about transforming a 182-square-foot cube in the basement of an apartment building into a habitable space.
Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 11:21 AM
for more on Seattlite Steve Sauer's smart, semi-subterranean, and stacking-centric (there's some serious IKEA hacking and DIY wizardry going on) "pico-dwelling."
A fine quotable from the basement-dweller of Avalon Co-Op: "I drive a Smart car and I like pushing the limit to see what I can do with the smallest kind of thing in all ways. I guess being an engineer I like pushing efficiency kind of limits all over the place because it’s just interesting to me."
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