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Bryce Visits Doug at his Off-Grid Tiny Home

Bryce Langston visits with Doug, an architect in Wanaka, New Zealand, designed and built his own tiny home. Wanaka is a popular ski and summer resort town in the Otago region of the South Island of New Zealand. It’s also not cheap to live there, and it’s one of most expensive real-estate markets in New Zealand – so […]

Berlin Architect’s Microhome

This little rocket ship shaped tiny house has a footprint of only 4 square meters (43 square feet); but it’s tall with three levels that are accessed by a climbing wall. It’s the home of architect Jan Körbes. It was made from a grain silo and a wide variety of reclaimed materials. The total living […]

190 Square Foot Grain Silo Tiny Home

Amazing grain silo home makes living simply look like living the high life. Architect Christoph Kaiser turned a dismantled grain silo, purchased online from a Kansas farmer, into a cozy studio in Phoenix, Arizona. The 190-square-foot space is outfitted with a highly customized interior—only the Eames dining chairs were not made by Kaiser—that serves as […]

Architect Kelly Davis Designs Tiny Home

It is a very different plan from most tiny homes, divided by the lofts into three zones, one washroom, one living area and one kitchen and dining. As shown it can accommodate six; that will be cozy around the dinner table. I also think the full size range is overkill, but they offer a two-burner […]

Who Needs Privacy? Modern Bachelor Pad in Brazil

Floor-to-ceiling glass doors slide to one side, leaving no barrier between the house and the backyard garden. Moving further into the living area reveals that the interior is also open from the entry through to the bedroom. The 45 m2 (484 ft2) house has a studio floor plan arranged in a U-shape around the bathroom, the only […]

Skit 2014, a Micro House Designed by Dachi Papuashvili

The building represents an insulated, reinforced construction, covered with wood. Its details will be manufactured before, what will give opportunity to build it without heavy technics at any landscape condition. Skit is an energetically independent building, producing any needed energy on solar power, and accumulating rain water.” – Dachi Papuashvili Read and see more of this Micro House […]

350 Square Foot Guest House by C. F. Møller Architects

Guest house and workspace of Mads Møller, architect and partner in C. F. Møller Architects. Read and see more of this Small Atelier and Guest House by C. F. Møller Architects at Design Milk.

Meditation Hut by Jeffery S. Poss Architect

Entry to the hut is through an obscured door detailed like the cedar walls. Inside an oversized window opposite the entrance immediately pulls the view back outside to a composed view of mature trees. Adjacent to this is a miniature tea cabinet. A raised platform in the main space supports three tatami mats.” – ArchDaily Read […]

Hut on Sleds

Designed to close up against the elements, the hut measures a mere 40 square metres and rests on two thick wooden sleds that allow it to be shifted around the beach front section. This innovative portability is a response to the ever changing landscape that line the beachfront in this coastal erosion zone.Within the hut, […]

An Old-Time Garden Shed

The shed’s rectangular footprint measures 8 ft. 6 in. by 12 ft. 6 in.; a 4-ft.- 6-in.-deep porch faces the yard. Stick-framed with 2x4s, the shed is sheathed with 1×10 pine boards applied diagonally and exposed on the inside as finished walls. All 12 windows are made from recycled sash. An extrawide pull-down stair leads […]

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