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Entire House Crammed into Tiny 98-Year-Old Boiler Room

There’s residential design, and then there’s jigsaw puzzle design. This elegant project by the San Francisco architect Christi Azevedo, who wedged a full guest house into a laundry and boiler room from 1916, falls somewhere in between the two.

Azevedo got her start building custom furniture, fabricating wood and steel pieces herself, which clearly gave her the chops necessary to build a project that required an immense amount of custom hardware. The red brick boiler room that she was commissioned to transform into a guest house, according to Dezeen, has a first floor area of only 93 square feet…

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