Back when I was in college (go Spartans), during my final year, my roommate and I decided to build a loft in our dorm room.
For those not familiar, a loft is essentially a wooden frame used to raise the bed far above the surface so that the room area was available for other things, most notably a bunch of computers (our use case). These setups became popular enough that when the furniture was upgraded, the updated versions actually were designed to allow for beds to be raised in a very similar way to the handmade lofts.
Out of curiosity recently, I measured out the room size, and it was small (about 160 square feet), but it was very functional. We had a window, and the dorm building, if you were to fly over it, looked like a TIE Fighter—an impressive feat, given that the building was first put into use 14 years before the first Star Wars film.
Sure, it wasn’t amazing, but it was a pretty decent size and I never once felt too crammed in my dorm room.
I have to imagine that Charlie Munger would have thought that we were living with way too much space.