Hong Kong is one of the most densely populated places on earth, with nearly 6,500 people packed into each kilometer.
Most residents live in cramped tenements, often with whole families crammed into one or two rooms.
But architect Gary Chang has created an ingenious solution to the overcrowding.
Using a brilliant sliding wall system, he has turned his family’s 330-square foot apartment into a sleek living space with 24 different room combinations.
The space even has its own screening room, complete with hammock.
Check out the video of the apartment, dubbed “The Domestic Transformer:”
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