Tiny Seattle apartment puzzles 8 spaces into a home

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An engineer came across a 182-square-foot storage unit in Seattle that sparked his imagination, his interest in efficiency and inspired him to convert it into a home instead of a place to store his stuff.

The 10-foot-high space features three stories with a bed loft, window-bordering “cafe level” and video cave complete with flat-screen TV. The tiny kitchen features drawers handmade from IKEA parts.

The highlight of the space might be the hot tub that resides below ground level near the entrance accessed by flipping up a 1-inch-thick plastic cover.

Source: Curbed