A House Built on a Parking Space

Talk about tiny apartments, “when Fuyuhito Moriya, 39, purchased his 30 square meter plot of land in Tokyo, it was advertised as a spot to park a car. He decided to park himself and his mother there instead—a project that took $500,000 and a lot of architectural ingenuity.”  I’m not sure what’s more foolish — spending that kind of money on a tiny, vertical house, or, living with his mother.

CNN has video evidence of his little abode, which is actually an impressive feat of maximizing cramped living quarters.  Afterall, the three-story home is the size of an American walk-in closet.

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