This house in Hiroshima, Japan, is set on top of a 4 meter (13 feet) high retaining wall. Two design studios, Hidetaka Nakahara Architects and Yoshio Ohno Architects, collaborated together to create the dwelling. The site has a total area of 342 square meters (3,681 square feet), so the clients weren’t short on space […]
Set the in Czech Republic, this contemporary two-bedroom house has been designed by Pavel Horákin in collaboration with the architecture firm, Prodesi | Domesi. The house and adjacent summer pavilion has a combined floor area of 133 square meters.
Existing site was originally home to a cottage that was in a state of disrepair. […]
This conceptual tiny off-grid cabin has been envisioned by Moxon Architects. Designed for remote, or inaccessible locations, the cabin is intended to have a small footprint on the landscape in which it’s placed. The architects are working with Wide Open, an organization for social enterprise, in a bid to create these tiny dwellings.
This little studio shed has been designed and built by the London-based furniture maker Nathalie de Leval, on the behalf of fashion designer Paul Smith. Not only is the quality of the finish amazing, but the prefab shelter has been made with FSC American hardwood, and it can rotate to follow the sun’s path.
This set of eight studio apartments in Isogo, Japan are set on a plot of just 98 square meters (1054 square feet). Designed by the architecture firm, Be-Fun Design, the apartments contain between 22 – 27 square meters of usable floor space (that’s about 237 – 291 square feet).
Be-Fun Design are no stranger to […]
Salva46 is an experimental apartment designed by Miel Arquitectos and Studio P10. The apartment explores the feasibility of shared micro-living. Set in Barcelona City, Spain, the apartment is just 65 square meters (699 square feet) in size.
The apartment has been divided up according to three main functions: living, working and sleeping. To accommodate […]