IKEA France Built This Tiny Apartment Inside A Subway
If you think your home is tiny, imagine sharing this 54 square-meter apartment in the Paris’ Auber subway station with four other people. If you can't quite wrap your mind around it, keep reading.
The project comes from IKEA France, who commissioned creative agency Ubi Bene to build the temporary apartment in the Parisian metro. Between 9 to 14 January, subway passengers can watch as five housemates go about their daily lives inside this tiny space.
While it might seem to close for comfort, the real goal of this project is to show Parisians that small
spaces can be optimized to be comfortably lived in. Here's another clip that shows how they did it: