This tiny house has been constructed by AF Bostader (a building foundation in Lund, Sweden). Designed with students in mind, it’s aims to be an affordable housing solution for students who do not want to live in dorms throughout their university life.
These tiny houses are being rented for 2500 kronor ($370) a month; compare this with a newly built student apartments in Lund which costs around 4500 kronor and it becomes clear why the tiny cottages are in such high demand.
Each tiny house features a kitchenette with a dining area, a bathroom with a toilet and shower, a sleeping loft, and a study desk – essential for those hard-working (when they manage to distract themselves from parties) students.
Via The Local