By now you’ve surely seen Tim Seggerman‘s practically iconic 240-square-foot apartment on Pinterest and on design blogs across the web. But while the architect has made a name for himself creating innovative solutions for small living in the city, what might come as a surprise is that he doesn’t really advocate squeezing into a small space. As Seggerman says, “I don’t really believe in tiny living, as ingenious as it can be. It may work if you’re older or if you’re younger but for the majority of people and families, it just cannot work.” In our interview ahead, Seggerman reflects on his celebrated tiny creation. He also discusses why living small works great in places like Japan (versus NYC) and what he believes is the minimum size an apartment can be without sacrificing comfort.
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