We've shown you some seriously small apartments before, but nothing comes close to this. Measuring in at just 16sqm, the apartment, designed by interior architect Vashantsev Nik, somehow manages to squeeze every single one of life's essentials into a space the size of an average living room.
What's even more surprising is how stylish the home looks. Light, bright, and airy, the studio borrows heavily from Scandinavian trends and mixes in a couple of modern Korean and Japanese influences for a totally global, modern vibe. Quality clearly trumps quantity in this abode – from the polished reclaimed wood flooring to the designer pendant lamps, every inclusion screams
So what are you waiting for? Take a look around and explore – we promise you'll be desperate to downsize by the time you've finished reading…
… and we love the vintage coving that encircles the room and proves that a blend of classic and modern is always a good idea.
You might not be able to cook a whole lot in this kitchen, but it's a great excuse to get takeout every night.