Since today not everyone can afford his/her own home and millions of people have to rent housing for almost all their lives, tiny homes become a more and more attractive option. Moreover, the imagination of modern architects allows to fit everything you need just in several hundred square feet.
For Macy Miller from Idaho, building her own home, though a small one, was a dream come true.
The construction process took Macy two years, during which an RV turned into quite a comfortable home.
In general buses are quite often turned into homes. If an architect takes on the task, they can be quite comfortable.
Architecture student Hank Butita bought an old school bus for $3,000.
After the transformation the bus looks incredible. Its interior is divided into four zones, including bathroom, kitchen, living room, and bedroom, which can be swapped places if necessary.
And here is one of the solutions to the problem of housing for young families. This small Wisconsin home was built in a clearing in the woods by Johnsen Schmaling Architects.
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It looks much larger on the inside than on the outside, particularly because some of the rooms are "hidden" in the hillside on which the house stands.
In fact, the building is very small. However, it has everything you need to live there, including two bedrooms. True, the bathroom had to be moved to the lower level, the one in the hillside.
The beach house, designed by Studiomama, is only 388 square feet! But it is sturdy, as a seaside structure ought to be.
It stands on galvanized pilings that keep its residents safe from flooding. Inside everything is extremely functional as well as elegant.
As a result, the small size of the beach house does not interfere with either its functionality or style. And with French windows looking out to the sea, everyone can forget the fact that it is too small.
As a result of Studiomama's creative efforts, the tiny home is the size of a small studio apartment and has a living and dining room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen.
The Williams Cabin, designed by Atkinson Architekture, looks a bit like robot Wall E.
The house is so small that it was included in Nano House collection, published in 2011.
However, it also appeared on the pages of New Modern House magazine of the same year due to its interesting layout and design solutions.
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