Micro-living or co-living, BoConcept has it covered

Micro-living is not a new term. In densely populated areas of the world such as in Asian metropoles where larger private living spaces are often prohibitively priced or simply impossible to find, people find ways to be comfortable in smaller apartments, compact but well planned, with every square metre carefully fitted out and organised. In Dornbirn, a town of roughly 46,000 inhabitants in the north-western corner of Austria, one would not necessarily immediately think of micro-living as a necessity, but local real-estate developer, Continuum, has discovered just such a demand in the market and in collaboration with local architects, construction managers and interior designers, developed a format which responds directly to modern living and working ambitions specifically for this region.