Posted: 02 Sep 2013 08:25 AM PDT
While people don't tend to seek out the smallest house in a neighborhood when they are shopping around for places to live, the smallest house in Rome is difficult to pass up. At just 75 square feet, architect and designer Marco Pierazzi knew that he could turn this tiny apartment, just steps from St. Peter's Square, into something not just livable, but something that was home. He renovated the building, which was likely constructed in the 1700s, adding modern touches without destroying the original structure. Although Pierazzi and his family have since moved to a larger space, he still rents the tiny home to friends who want a neat little nook to stay when visiting the city.
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Via: The Business Insider
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