Filled with functional nooks and crannies, architect Tim Seggerman’s revamp of a tiny New York City apartment includes a “library” that according to Seggerman is about four feet high, four feet wide, and six feet deep.

Filled with functional nooks and crannies, architect Tim Seggerman’s revamp of a tiny New York City apartment includes a “library” that according to Seggerman is about four feet high, four feet wide, and six feet deep.