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The micro Madrid apartment filled with hidden surprises

• By Bridget Borgobello

Getting its name from a Japanese manga series, the Yojigen Poketto home is a mere 33.6 sq m (361.7 sq ft) in size, but is full of hidden storage spaces and handy surprises.

"The 'Yojigen Poketto' literally means '4D Pocket'," Elii architects tells New Atlas. "It is the pocket of anime character Doraemon, from where he pulls amazing items from the future. We like to think this space is full of openings and traps as a 'Yojigen Poketto' for the users of this space."

The tiny home has been designed for one to two occupants and is organized around an L-shaped living unit. The wet zones, kitchen, laundry, bathroom, cupboards and storage spaces are all built into this single unit, which gives room for an open central living space.

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