Boston’s real estate market is not known for its affordability.
What’s In? is hoping to tackle at least part of this problem, for those willing to live small. The collaborative research initiative, which includes members of ADD Inc., Map-Lab, Artaic, and Onein3, along with the Boston Society of Architects in February unveiled a 300-square-foot micro-housing unit at BSA Space on Atlantic Wharf.
We spoke with Aeron Hodges, a designer at ADD Inc., about the unit.
“We heard from many, many people that it seemed bigger than 300-square-feet,” Hodges said. “People told us they would totally live in a space like this.”
The unit was on display through March 8.