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House U – A Small House on a Corner Lot in Tokyo

Located near the city center of Tokyo, this small cedar-clad house is set on an awkward corner lot in a densely populated residential neighborhood. A local architecture firm called Atelier KUKKA Architects were responsible […]

Chickadee – A Tiny House on Wheels by Brevard Tiny Homes

This 8-by-24 foot tiny house on wheels has been built by Brevard Tiny Homes. Located in North Carolina, they’ve made several tiny houses to date, although this one, dubbed Chickadee, is my favorite.

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    An Extension To A Train Car Home in Chile by Crescente Böhme Alemparte

An Extension To A Train Car Home in Chile by Crescente Böhme Alemparte

Located in the region of Caragena, Chile, this small home had an upper level added to it by the architects, Crescente Böhme Alemparte. The property is set on a strip of land measuring approximately […]

Wikkelhouse – A Prefab Modular Home Made of Cardboard

Pritzker Prize winning architect, Shigeru Ban, helped to bring the cardboard to the forefront of design by incorporating it into applications beyond packaging. Now, Amsterdam-based collective, Fiction Factory, has created a modular housing design […]

Tinystream – An Airstream Inspired Tiny House from France

Tiny Houses are starting to gather attention in countries outside of the US, and this curvaceous tiny house, dubbed Tinystream, can be found in France. It’s been built by the French tiny house builder, […]

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    The Collective Old Oak – The World’s Largest Co-Living Building Revealed

The Collective Old Oak – The World’s Largest Co-Living Building Revealed

The world’s largest co-living block is about to open, and, according to the company behind the development, it will have so many services you won’t need to leave the building. Over the last few […]