This is what happens when a designer moves to a really small apartment

Right in the heart of Rome, two steps from the Pantheon and St. Peter’s Square, there is a tiny house. Built in the 18th century, it sat abandoned for a long time, until Marco Pierazzi, an architect and designer, decided to buy it in 2010. Then, he literally gave the place a ’second birth.’ At 75 square feet (7 square meters), the house became a fully functional dwelling.

LikeAble brings you the pictures of this place to show you how, with a little creativity and imagination, a person can make the most out of practically nothing.

The alley leading up to the house

The ground floor has a fully equipped kitchen and a bathroom with a shower unit

Three to four people can sit at the folding table

To get to the first floor, you need to go up the stairs and throw open a part of the ceiling

The first floor is equipped with a convertible bed and a TV set

Photos credit: Matteo Rossi
Source: Deadbees