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Micro-Apartment / Micro-Apartment Project

Micro-Apartment
Micro-Apartment

A MICRO APARTMENT SHOULD NOT LET ITS SIZE DEFINE ITS PERFORMANCE. WHILE USING AN AVERAGE OF 350 SQ. FT., AND FOCUSING ON ACCOMMODATING ONE INDIVIDUAL, THE APARTMENT WILL ALLOW NATURAL LIGHT TO HELP OPEN UP THE SPACE AND TO CREATE MORE LIGHTING. LOCATED IN DENVER IN THE SUGAR CUBE APARTMENTS, THE NATURAL LIGHT THROUGH WINDOWS WILL HELP PROVIDE A WARM FEELING. DUE TO THE GROWING POPULATION IN DENVER, PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO HAVE A FUNCTIONAL SPACE THAT TAKES INTO CONSIDERATION THE POPULATION INCREASE. NEUTRAL COLORS AND SPACIAL LAYERING WILL OPEN THE SPACE UP AND CREATE A LARGER FEEL.

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University of Oklahoma

University of Oklahoma
Norman, United States

Emma Smith,
University of Oklahoma