Life is cramped in Manhattan, but if you have enough money and imagination, you can convert your shoebox into a livable space, as this Hong Kong architect did. Find out how award-winning Hong Kong architect, Gary Chang, managed to squeeze 24 rooms -- including a home cinema and ''spa'' -- into 32 square meters (344 square feet) of apartment space.
My son's condo is 800 square feet...just think what Chang could do with that!
The apartment I have is 950 square feet. It's a palace compared to Chang's place.
And think of the workout you get just walking from the front door to the kitchen! Entertaining, but I prefer not to live like a cockroach.
That's about the size of our Japanese flat. Looks nice, but wait until the first roller system jams on one of those neat pull-out units!