Starting today, five New Yorkers will spend 24-hour periods living in a fully built 325-square-foot micro-unit inside the Museum of the City of New York to demonstrate how to live in a small space. The exhibition – unveiled early this year in partnership with the Citizens Housing and Planning Council – presents an array of innovative architectural solutions that could better accommodate the city’s emerging housing needs, features a full-scale “micro-apartment” designed and furnished by Clei s.r.l. and Resource Furniture with architecture by Amie Gross Architects.