The flexible Songpa Micro-Housing building in Seoul is inspired by tapioca pearls
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The architects created soft intersections between public and private spaces and social fabrics between neighbors. This design attitude separates the concepts of space and size, proving that micro-living doesn't have to be spatially restrictive. Related: The Freedom Room is a Low-Cost Micro Apartment Designed by Prison Inmates Thanks to the dynamic and flexible design, fourteen unit blocks allow residents to either claim a single unit or combine spaces into larger configurations. This provides...