This 440 ft2 (40.9 m2) weeHouse has just two rooms, an all-in-one living space and a bathroom. The living space has a bed placed in the middle of the room with a kitchenette and dining area at one end and a small sitting area at the other end.” – Small House Bliss
via A compact desert retreat by Alchemy Architects
Compact dimensions allow the micro home to nest amidst small trees and shrubs and integrate into any landscape. The m-ch is delivered by trailer or light crane and may be arranged as a single unit raised above the ground on a light aluminium frame and placed in a garden for private use, as a ‘guest home’ or ‘teen home’ or in the countryside for weekend leisure activities.” – micro compact home
Learn more about the Micro Compact Home
Small portable housing in a standard 20-foot shipping container. Another example of semi-portable micro housing.
Our pop-up hotel offers a readymade answer: a compact yet luxurious hotel room, equipped with all the mod cons: a box-spring bed, rain shower, iPod docking station and air conditioning – all contained in a 20ft recycled sea container.” – Sleeping Around
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suitable for a wide variety of environments, the modular ‘hivehaus’ designed by barry jackson is based on the hexagonal honeycomb structures built by bees. the compact living space is constructed from identically proportioned ‘cells’ that can be joined together by any of their six sides to create a connected cluster or ‘hive’. this system offers a high level of flexibility and enables a bespoke expansion of the house as it grows with the individual users requirements. each piece has an internal floor area of 9.3m2 and is designed to be used as a specific work/live space. i.e. office, lounge, kitchen, bedroom or bathroom cells all have uniform internal partition walls with or without pocket doors that can be added or removed as needed.” – designboom
See more of Barry Jackson’s compact and modular Hivehaus.
Thanks to Mark Harrison for tipping me off to this very cool project!
Above: Giant chicken threatens to eat Hivehaus!!!
Below left: Transformer kitchen. Below right: Bedroom. Notice the hexagonal structure clearly visible from the interior shots.
This is a truly clever idea for a compact folding chair.
“An innocuous little black box when not in use, the act of simply sitting on this stool converts it into a complete chair with back and arm rests.”
See more about the Chair On Demand: Pressure-Activated Stool Flips into Action | Ideas on Dornob.