The University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, has created a prototype for student housing, as a solution to making housing more affordable for students.
The Nano Studio, a 140 square foot micro-apartment, includes a kitchen, bathroom, and sleep/study space.
The bed folds up and gives you access to a work desk.
The large work desk is perfect for studying.
In the kitchen area, there is a small sink, a cooktop and a small bar fridge.
The bathroom is compact, but has everything you need.
Here are the floor plans of the space.
Watch the video below to have a virtual tour of the space
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