Can you live, work, & entertain in 420 sq ft?

Graham Hill LifeEdited Design Competition WinnerLots of people think living greener is about living with less stuff.

That may not be true for everyone…or for you…but it may be for some people. It’s definitely true for TreeHugger founder Graham Hill. Graham launched the LifeEdited project last fall and will renovate and dwell in a 420 square foot apartment to function as much more than a humble abode.

Mashable has a great synopsis of the LifeEdited project. They say,

The apartment, just 420 square feet, must be able to accommodate a sit-down dinner for 12, comfortable lounging for eight people, space for two overnight guests, a home office, a work area, hideable kitchen and necessities like bed, shower and bike storage (it is a green initiative, after all).

Check out the top designs and the details of the winning design, entitled “TAAC!!!”, at the jovoto contest page. You can also keep up with the renovation progress at Graham’s “150 Sullivan” Flickr photoset.

Does living greener mean living with less stuff and less space for you? Personally, I try to “reduce” my consumption wherever its convenient, but I must admit, I do like my “stuff”.

How about you?

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  • Sara Allan

    Sounds like a great idea! I actually do believe that I would be better off with “less stuff.” There are so many reasons…Americans spend way too much time inside, living in a smaller home with less distractions could help us get out more; our society is completely “stuff obsessed,” or materialistic, but we’re not any happier for it – in fact, depression rates are increasing and all this stuff make pollution in production and when it is discarded….
    The list goes on and on.
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