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Life in a Chelsea Lego Project

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When four people became too cramped, architect George Ranalli was fortunate enough to be able to scoop up a unit next to his 700 square foot apartment on West 15th Street. The vision he had for the apartment is so one of a kind, that we're actually having a somewhat hard time trying to wrap our heads around what living in this space is even like (a floorplan would be a lot of fun). With his "giant, distinctly high-end Lego project" aesthetic, George created a neat and uncluttered work of art. That said, we're not sure we could live in the apartment, but that's when the "custom designed" part comes in. Here's the slideshow. It's definitely worth spending some time with.

· A Jigsaw Puzzle That Sleeps 4 [NYT]