Demirchelie designs micro-units in the heart of San Francisco

In the past few years we have seen a significant shift in suburban occupancy; with major city centers attracting more affluent individuals and poverty suburbanizing all over United States, Europe and major cities in Asia. With this shift, landlords charge higher rents, and urban city dwellers sell units at rates much higher than the market average.

Following an increase in segregation between layers of individuals within various socioeconomic status and threatened overall social cohesion.

The studio continues its focus on designing micro units in the city of San Francisco. Learn more.