Necessity is the mother of invention, and we can’t think of more of a reason to be innovative than trying to figure out how to fit an entire life into only 450 square feet. It sounds crazy, but for thousands of people in cities like Manhattan, it’s just normal. When Eric Schneider found himself becoming one of those thousands, he turned to Normal Projects architects Michael Chen and Kari Anderson to create four distinct rooms where most people only fit one. Fair Companies shares how it turned out.