Unfazed by Swamplot’s now 0-and-2 record in promoting local Apartment Therapy design contest submissions (no, that Venue Museum District apartment we showed last week didn’t get too far either), reader Chris Nguyen writes in to ask for votes in the finals of that website’s Small, Cool 2010 design contest. That’s right — entries in 4 divisions have been whittled down to Nguyen’s 450-sq.-ft. Westmoreland district apartment shown here (originally entered in the “Tiny” division) and some other dude’s Brooklyn flat from the “Little” division that’s more than a third larger. The final voting takes place this weekend. Can this tiny Houston pad win it all?
Win or lose, we hope to reveal a bit more about Nguyen’s certifiably small living space later. For now, though, have a look at these pics and the floor plan:
You can vote in the Apartment Therapy contest here.
- Final Four Round 2, Match 1 [Apartment Therapy]
- Small Cool 2010: Chris’s Furniture Tetris Tiny Division #2 [Apartment Therapy]
- Previously on Swamplot: The Art of a Small Apartment in a New Venue, Just a Hop Down Fannin and Living Little in Midtown: Isabella Court in the Court of Public Opinion
Photos: Chris Nguyen