Design devotee blogs about cities, innovation, architecture and green building.
Watch: A tiny Brooklyn loft apartment inspired by treehouse living
SpacesTV visits product designer Daniel LiCalzi's Swiss Family Robinson-inspired live/work space that includes a sleeping loft with stairs that double as a bookshelf and pendant lamps made from measuring tape.
More ingenious tiny home goodness over at the SpacesTV's Tiny Eclectic Amazing Spaces playlist. And click here to learn lots more about Daniel LiCalzi's lovely "Swiss Family Robinson" project (aka his own 271 square foot Brooklyn apartment and home studio).
The opinions expressed by MNN Bloggers and those providing comments are theirs alone, and do not reflect the opinions of MNN.com. While we have reviewed their content to make sure it complies with our Terms and Conditions, MNN is not responsible for the accuracy of any of their information.