We've looked at tiny houses for the past few days, and they are wonderful. However, in the interest of urban density, which is needed to preserve habitat and drastically lower carbon emissions, which is paramount to reigning in climate change, let's move on to what a "tiny house" would look like in the city. These apartments are too big by some standards to qualify as tiny per se, but, at 590 square feet, they are still quite modest. I like that the architects Eva Prats and Ricardo Flores have designed this building around the concept of community, with the understanding that social interaction is a key ingredient in our happiness. I also like that all of the apartments have balconies for the residents to enjoy outside space. It's nice that there is a courtyard with plants and a fountain, because this will create a wind-free, moderate micro-climate from which people can benefit, even if it's just by opening a window. It's nice, too, that a "low rent" community gets to live somewhere so beautiful. This looks like some of the high scale luxury apartment complexes I've seen, yet it's a reasonable and low-impact place to live.