Recently some guy decided that perfect way to decorate his 90 square foot apartment was by plastering its walls with 25,000 ping pong balls. For some reason I think he was on to something.
The apartment is a small loft attached to the offices of Snarkitecture, the architecture firm for which that silly ping pong lover—whose name is Daniel Arsham—works. The place isn't really used for much beyond sleeping and dressing, so it's pretty basic:
[T] he place is a study in simplicity. Arsham's got a bed with some built-in shelves and a dresser, where he keeps a few clothes. To enter the loft, he climbs a ladder through the office's employee bathroom.