Fans of the popular robot toys Transformers, the 1980’s animated TV series, or even the more recent visual effects laden live-action films, will probably appreciate what Hong Kong-based architect Gary Chang has done with a 344 sq. ft. apartment. He’s taken this tiny space and it made it capable of converting into 24 different designs, just by the efficient use of sliding walls and panels. It’s a creative way of adapting to the compact nature of the city’s urban area. He calls it the “Domestic Transformer” – the Optimus Prime of living spaces.