Posted: 09 Dec 2016 06:00 AM PST
How do you renovate a tiny, traditional house set into a narrow "hutong" alley in Beijing so it fits a large family spanning three generations? Chinese architecture firm B.L.U.E. clearly has plenty of answers to that question up their collective sleeve, judging by two highly functional homes they've completed this year. No lot is too small or oddly-shaped to host a residence packed full of every feature a family could possibly need, thanks mostly to a series of incredibly clever built-ins. Read more…
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