What we make of the space around us, says a ton. Lamentably, not every one of us get the chance to choose the amount of ourselves we can ‘spill out’ into the environment, and in the end grow. The accompanying pictures offer a differentiating perspective of the modest corners individuals call home.
1. 90-year-old Wang Cunchun watches news at his home in Shanghai, China.
The Burger family prepares dinner at their home – a converted garage – in Los Angeles, California. They moved here in 2009 after losing their high-paying jobs that drew in a combined $100,000 a year.
3. A 60-square-foot, sub-divide flat like this one, typically costs HK$3,800 a month
4. Dharavi, one of Asia’s biggest slums, is home to about a million of India’s population
5. A man sleeps near the window of his Dharavi home
6. This 200 square foot Mini-Suite apartment belongs to Jon-Christian Stubblefield. Pictured in the First Hill neighborhood in Seattle, Washington, Stubblefield calls it “an affordable option.”
7. A migrant worker pictured inside his quarters in Hefei in Anhui province, China
8. Kips Bay in Manhattan now features these micro-apartment buildings that measure up to 300 square feet
9. The Keret House in Warsaw, Poland, sits snug at 36 inches wide between neighbouring walls
10. The Keret House from the inside
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