Gary Chang, a Hong Kong architect, lives in a tiny (344 sq. ft.) apartment. But thanks to ingenious design and accordion-like wall units, he can create at least 24 different room configurations using his limited space.
The trick is using shifting wall units suspended from steel tracks bolted into the ceiling. His apartment contains everything he could ever need: bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, laundry room, library, dressing room, lounge with a hammock, dining room, even a wet bar.
Mr. Chang has lived in this same apartment since he was 14. At that time, he shared it with his parents and three younger sisters. When they moved out in 1988, he began his novel experiment in flexible living.
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