DublDom “double house” is a modular dwelling designed by BIO Architects and fabricated not far from Moscow… The smaller DublDom is trucked to the building site in two main pieces, plus the choice of a deck or a covered porch. There is also an optional storage module that attaches to the back of the house.” – Small House Bliss
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Nova Deko made good use of the 29.7 m2 320 ft2 floor space, including a separate bedroom, three-piece bathroom with shower, large clothes and linen closets, a functional kitchen and a stacked clothes washer/dryer. The bedroom is just big enough for a double bed with room to walk around both sides.” – Small House Bliss
Read and see more of The Milan, a prefab shipping container home by Nova Deko Modular at Small House Bliss.
The Box House is a deceptively simple wooden box raised slightly on concrete piers… The cabin has a 36 m2 388 ft2 main floor plus a loft that is somewhat less than half that size.” – Small House Bliss
Read and see more of The Box House, an off-grid cabin in Australia. Photographs by Brett Boardman. Design by Nicholas Murcutt.
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 enclosed room.” – Small House Bliss
House 12.20 by Brazilian architect Alex Nogueira. See more House 12.20 at Small House Bliss.
When I came across this old 1969 Queensland Rail workers van, it was lying in an overgrown field with the roof partially collapsed. A friend of mine had been hoping to live in it before a huge dead tree fell on it and halted her plans. I dragged the carriage – all 14 tonnes of it – out of the muddy paddock and moved it to a friend’s property where I worked on it for six months.” – Matthew de Boer via Small House Bliss
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They called the project “Seelenkiste”, roughly translated as “Spirit Shelter”. Like a monastic cell, the tiny house provides a minimalist living space for study, contemplation and self-discovery through meditation and introspection. At the same time, the limited space is supposed to make the occupants more aware of and in-tune with their physical environment.” – Small House Bliss
via A tiny house designed for self-reflection | Allergutendinge | Small House Bliss.
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
A set of French doors takes you from the porch into the small cabin. At one end is the full bathroom with its barn-style sliding door. At the other end is the kitchen, flanked by a pair of closets. The remainder of the 350 ft2 (32.5 m2) space is a combined sleeping and living room.” – Small House Bliss
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This bright orange guest house sits under a tree in the scenic Algarve region of southern Portugal. It is the first in what architect Arnold Aarssen of Studio ARTE envisions as a new line of dwellings built from repurposed shipping containers.” – Small House Bliss
via Nomad Living, a container guest house
Maringotka can be used as a vacation home, for housing workers, as a hotel/resort unit or as a full-time residence. However it isn’t meant to be a travel trailer; while it can be moved occasionally, it does exceed the standard vehicle width limit on European roads.” – Small House Bliss
Read and see more of Maringotka, a contemporary caravan by Miramari Design