A Tiny House Designed for Self-Reflection

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.

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One thought on “A Tiny House Designed for Self-Reflection

  1. Elliot says:

    Nice idea but a bit weird. You have to climb into the attic area from the bed? And you’d only want to be there when it’s warm and dry as there is no window. No bathroom that I can see which makes it lacking in several ways.

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