Airstream-inspired apartments as affordable tiny homes - YouTube
The Airstream Apartment
Patrick Kennedy is a developer who sought out to create the housing equivalent of the Smart Car -- and you know what? He succeeded.
Inspired by an old Airstream trailer that he shares with his wife and kid while on vacation, he created a test home called "SmartSpaces." This tiny place
is built to meet San Francisco's smallest legal size for new apartments, 160 square feet.
The crib's crammiest feature is the SmartBench. It's an adjustable banquet that converts from a dining table to guest bed with a skimpy pad that's about as thick as a yoga mat.
An MIT student lived in the space for 3 weeks as a test run. Check out the video to see why the student wasn't 100 percent sold on this version of the apartment. FYI, it has something to do with the itsy bathroom