The BASE Capitol Hill apartment building in Seattle, which has the country's largest concentration of microunits. (Urban Land Institute via Flickr)

The BASE Capitol Hill apartment building in Seattle, which has the country's largest concentration of microunits. (Urban Land Institute via Flickr)

Alice Kimm was a guest on KPCC's Take Two this week, discussing the housing crisis and the ways in which architecture can present a solution.

The cost to live in L.A. has been rising, and people are trying to find solutions. Solving the housing crisis might take cramming all of L.A.'s greatness into smaller homes like micro-units, which can be less than 400 square feet...."But how can you adequately provide a unit that can house somebody comfortably in that amount of space? That's a real design challenge," said Kimm.

Listen into Alice Kimm's interview on Southern California radio KPCC above, or visit the KPCC website to read on!