With its huge population and some of the most densely populated living spaces, the Chinese have to get creative with their architecture. Luckily, coming up with solutions won’t be that hard when you have young, aspiring architects like this on hand. A group of 12 architecture students built this miniscule living space that takes up all of 7 square meters (just 75 square feet). Constructed out of plywood and spanning multiple vertical levels, the carefully planned little cabin includes thoughtful design elements and multi-purpose furniture. It has a working kitchen, shower, sleeping/lounging area, and a desk that converts into a coffee table.