Designed by architecture firm Tengbom in collaboration with students at the University of Lund in Sweden, this tiny student studio flat is affordable and environmentally-friendly.
Each unit measures 10 square meters (108 square feet). The compact living space offers a sleeping-loft, kitchen and bathroom. The interior made entirely of wood makes use of every inch of space. Bookshelves double as staircase leading to the sleeping loft.
Inspired by post-war real estate developer Joseph Eichler, who built more than 11,000 affordable modern homes in California during the 1950s and 1960s, Simpatico Homes’ founder Seth Krubiner envisioned a plan for 21st-century modernist homes.
This unique timber elliptical shell is a lightweight “Shoffice” (shed + office) located in the backyard of a 1950’s terraced house in St John’s Wood, London, England.
Designed by Platform 5 Architects, the structure formed with two steel ring beams, timber ribs and a stressed plywood skin, sits on minimal pad foundations.
Atelierworkshop designed the Port-a-Bach prototype shipping container home which is portable, environmentally-friendly, inexpensive, and can comfortably sleep two adults and two children.
The tiny home features exterior steel shell that can be folded up to enclose the entire structure.