According to a compelling argument for the (re)distribution of city-space based on the value of using: Kickball trophies and absentee owners out, efficient use of space in. Distributing urban space according to use certainly makes sense. Along with unoccupied luxury condos that are nothing more than assets to the 1% and mostly empty vacation apartments, expelling back-closets to the suburbs frees more of the limited space in cities for the people to actually live in
When, however, this is stretched into a rationale for micro-apartments, the argument begins to thin. There is a big difference between arguing against large apartments, holding nothing but wealth, and arguing that 400sqft apartments (the current legal minimum) are under-used and inefficient. Axel is arguing that micro-apartments offer a design solution to urban inequality by seeing them “as a legal mechanism to distribute, through architecture and urbanism, standards of living.”
There are some of arguments along with point of view, there is a big difference between arguing against large apartments, holding nothing but wealth and arguing that 400sqft apartments are under-used and inefficient. Micro apartment offer a design solution to urban inequality by reviewing them ‘as a legal mechanism to distribute, through architecture and urbanism, standards of living’.
However, according to Reviews of the Carmel Place Apartments report, the first thing you want to know when you enter the building is how big it feels. It also suggests that the minimum standard of living is facilitated by nothing more than a certain range of furniture – what the apartment lack in size, they make up for in retractable beds and expanding tables. An apartment with full of space and equipment will make customers feel more reasonable when they come to further steps.
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(Source: http://www.archdaily.com – by Jesse Connuck)