The Best Use of 500 Residential Square Feet in the East Village, Period
Via The Daily Wh.at, architectural firm JPDA notes:
The East Village Studio renovation addresses the client's desire for multi-purpose living space. While the footprint of the apartment is minimal, meticulously detailed millwork conceals extensive amounts of storage and shelving; thereby maximizing floor space. The aesthetic is clean and concise, while providing the warmth of a home and functional desires of the client.
If you aren't impressed by what you see here (and above)...
...you've clearly never lived in a 500-square-foot space in the East Village before. This looks like Heaven. Or something. Kinda want to know how much this cost this person to hire these guys and get all this done, but then again, do we want to know? Maybe not. Maybe we just want to sit here and coo at it. Coo at its shiny, perfect beauty. If you can think of a better use for 500 Residential Square Feet in the East Village, Period, let us know (and please don't email us with some bullshit like "PUT HOMELESS PEOPLE IN IT" because honestly obviously that's the best use but how 'bout you put homeless people in YOUR 500 Residential Square Feet, pal).