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Bird's-Eye Snapshots Of Hong Kong's Most Claustrophobic Apartments
If you've ever wished you had more space in your home, just wait until you see these startling images of abysmally tiny apartments in Hong Kong.
The livings spaces are so small that the bed, TV, kitchen and office are all within arm's reach, and belongings are stacked precariously high along the walls.
According to human rights group The Society for Community Organization (SoCO), nearly 100,000 people in Hong Kong live in these tiny spaces known as "cubicle apartments."
The series of images show the living spaces as viewed from above, and the perspective makes the already claustrophobic apartments seem even more dizzying.
SoCO commissioned the photos in order to raise awareness of the atrocious living conditions. The QR code you see in the corner of each image links to a petition urging Hong Kong's government to do something about the inadequate housing.
Take a look at the photos below.
Gallery: Claustrophobic Hong Kong Apartments
[Photo credit: Society for Community Organization/Publicis Hong Kong]