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Never Too Small: Reimagining small space living

Author/EditorBeath, Joel (Author)
Price, Elizabeth (Author)
Publisher: Smith Street Books
ISBN: 9781922417213
Pub Date29/09/2021
BindingHardback
Pages296
Dimensions (mm)250(h) * 210(w)
$41.41
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Availability: 2 In Stock
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While grandiose houses on television might be fun to look at, it's hardly a newsflash that they're unaffordable for most of us. Cities are growing more and more crowded, and real estate is at an all-time premium. Many of us are turning to smaller spaces, looking to create a home in tiny studios or micro apartments.


Smaller, however, doesn't mean worse. Never Too Small features over 30 projects from award-winning designers from Australia and across the globe, who transform small apartments into tiny design marvels. Through smart choices and the creative use of space, sustainable, smarter living can mean a better quality of life. Joel Beath showcases the best that tiny spaces have to offer, and an inspired look into the future on a greener planet.

While grandiose houses on television might be fun to look at, it's hardly a newsflash that they're unaffordable for most of us. Cities are growing more and more crowded, and real estate is at an all-time premium. Many of us are turning to smaller spaces, looking to create a home in tiny studios or micro apartments.


Smaller, however, doesn't mean worse. Never Too Small features over 30 projects from award-winning designers from Australia and across the globe, who transform small apartments into tiny design marvels. Through smart choices and the creative use of space, sustainable, smarter living can mean a better quality of life. Joel Beath showcases the best that tiny spaces have to offer, and an inspired look into the future on a greener planet.

Joel Beath and Elizabeth Price provide a window into the world of Small Footprint Living, featuring award-winning designers on their website and YouTube channel. This is their first book.

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