Highly articulated subdivided unit can be as small as 100 square feet. It is a new typical arrangement in older city districts nowadays. In some extreme cases, smaller “cage” or “coffin” units have as many as three beds stacked in a 30-square-foot space.
These subdivided units are the social consequences of sky high property prices which is linked to the highly controlled housing supply policy left from the colonial government. As written and discussed in FARMAX by MVRDV.