by Bill Forman
An extremely compact 330-square-foot abode, it can be converted into one of 24 different room combinations in a matter of seconds.
Chang lives in Hong Kong, a city whose booming population (which increased nearly a half-million over the last decade) has led to a radically increased demand for housing.
But while Japan is famous for its space-saving, coffin-shaped, capsule hotel rooms, there’s nothing claustrophobic about Chang’s abode.
See for yourself on this video tour, where you'll also find links to other examples of Planet Green’s World’s Greenest Homes.