The LifeEdited apartment began in late 2010 when Graham Hill, founder of the popular environmental new-site Treehugger.com, launched a competition to find the smartest way to design his New York City studio apartment. The apartment was to be a demonstration of the "luxury of less"--showing people that they could have more money, health and happiness with less stuff, space and energy.He had a big program for the compact space: it had to have dinner seating for 10, proper sleeping quarters for 2 guests, a great home office, home theater and be extremely energy efficient. Over 300 entries were submitted from around the world. The winning design came from two Romanian architecture students named Catalin Sandu and Adrian Iancu. Their elegant, jewel-box design, entitled "One Size Fits All," met all of Mr. Hill's requirements and brought purpose and intention to every one of the apartment's 420 square feet.Brooklyn-based Composite Fabrications was charged with bringing the design to life. Since its completion in 2012, the apartment has been featured in the NY Times, ABC World News and many other media outlets--striking both an aesthetic and cultural nerve.