Some call it Micro Apartments. The Singaporeans call them Shoebox or Mickey Mouse apartments. The Australians call it Dogbox apartments. Whatever you want to call it, it’s storming the shores of Malaysia.¬†Creatively put, these glorified broom closets are ¬†compact, cozy and some home builders may even go to the extend of calling them, ‘manageable size’.

Well with the mushrooming developments of SoHo, SoFo, SoVo and whatever they might call it, we might as well make the best of it. Here are some ideas from around the world on living in Micro Apartments.



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