We all fancy spacious living rooms, elaborate dining areas and drawing rooms. But for some, the joys of life narrow down into rooms as wide as 36 inches or less. We bring you images of some of the world's smallest living areas
Eric Wong, managing director of a capsule bed manufacturer, poses in a modified capsule bed inside a showroom in Hong Kong. The beds, which are modified for the Hong Kong market, have adjustable ceilings, a larger air conditioner and a TV. They are aimed at university students and budget mainland Chinese travellers visiting the territory and will cost $450 a month or $30 a night, according to the manufacturer.