About Never Too Small
What does the future of urban living look like?
Joel Beath and Elizabeth Price explore this question drawing inspiration from a diverse collection of apartment designs, all smaller than 50m2/540ft2. Through the lens of five small-footprint design principles and drawing on architectural images and detailed floor plans, the authors examine how architects and designers are reimagining small space living.
Reimagining Small Space Living
Our love letter to the visionaries and artists of small—footprint design.
We have carefully curated our 30 favourite ingenious projects under 50 square metres to inspire and delight you.
From Melbourne to Madrid, Athens to Amsterdam and Singapore to Sydney, we revisit some of our favourite designs while also sharing new spaces, not yet featured on our channel.
Architectural images, detailed floor plans and an extensive directory make this a rich resource for anyone looking to build, redesign or reimagine their own small space. We go beyond the designs and their creators to explore the historical context, the neighbourhoods and the cultures that shaped their inception.
You’ll discover ideas for creating less waste as we build our homes and expand our cities, ideas for reducing our footprints and living more sustainably, and compelling arguments for how these ends can all be achieved without compromising on comfort of style.This is our celebration… our love letter to the visionaries and artists of small-footprint design.
PUBLISHER: Smith Street Books
NUMBER OF PAGES: 296
PAGE DIMENSIONS: 210 x 250mm
CATEGORIES: Interior Design