One architect has come up with a radical solution for the London’s housing crisis: live in a garage.
The scheme, proposed by Levitt Bernstein, will see a string of disused lock-ups turned into “pop-up” homes. The tiny properties, which will span just 11.5 square metres, will contain a kitchen with space for a table and chairs, a shower, a toilet and a bed.
The cost to live in garage? £11 a week.