6SqFt house tour

I'm always amazed at how differently we all live—particularly in a place like New York City, where there is such a diversity of people and living situations. I think it's particularly why house tours are so fascinating; it gives you a peek into another's existence, and encourages you to ask the question, "Could I see myself living that way?"

Diana Pham from the blog 6sqft had come across an earlier tour I did on Inhabitat, back when I had just installed my vertical garden. It was marvelous to give her a look into how the house had evolved over the last three years. Here's a sampling of some of the photos, but a more extensive look and interview can be found on their blog here

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