Magnificently Minute Spaces

Designing a small space can stretch the imagination. Meet two Los Angeles designers who revamped a tiny shack; check out a Brooklyn house built around a tree; tour a labor of love outside Boston; and visit a West Village Victorian.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe "see-through" ceilings and floors in this couple's home mean that from nearly every point in the house you can see the noble maple.
The second floor contains the living and dining rooms, a bright kitchen and bathroom. The demolition revealed a wall of handmade pre-Civil War bricks, so the couple decided to leave them exposed. Much of the first floor ceiling is a metal grate that forms part of the living room floor.
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