This is a 540 sq. ft. modern cabin in Asheville, North Carolina. It was originally built in 1950 and features two bedrooms and one bathroom. Please learn more and re-share below. Thanks!
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Tiny Modern Willow Treehouse in Willow, New York!
This is the Solo 40 Modern Tiny House!
It’s designed by Atlius Architecture Inc.
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The Solo 40 Modern Tiny Home
The stunning tiny home has a sloped roof, happy yellow door and bright and open interior. According to Dezeen, “the home contains the sleeping loft, a bathroom with a tub, a kitchen, a table for dining and working, storage cabinets, and a living zone that doubles as guest sleeping quarters.”
430 sq. ft. Vermont microHOUSE by Elizabeth Herrmann Architecture + Design
These are the ingenious Pre-Fab-Multi-Use-Smart-Modules by Casa-Cubo Brazil.
The 30 sq. ft. micro buildings can serve as homes, guest rooms, pool houses or even tiny retail spaces. Some even come with remarkable “living walls” which is totally something I want in or on my house someday. You can see the “Cube House” in both “house” and “retail” mode down below.
Pre-Fab Multi-Use Smart-Modules by Casa-Cubo Brazil
These are Tiny Houses for the 2018 Winter Olympics.
According to TreeHugger, The+Partners and DNC Architects designed this tiny house as a prototype for alternative housing in Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do, South Korea, where the 2018 Winter Olympics will be held. There’s not enough accommodation in Gangwon city for all the people that will attend the winter games, so the architects are building tiny houses!
Gangwon city is one of the few clean areas left in Korea and it needs to be protected and kept that way. ‘The Tiny House Of Slow Town’ project has the purpose of providing accommodations with the maximized housing facilities while using the least materials, [and] that are environmentally friendly.
Tiny Houses for the 2018 Winter Olympics
Maricela Salas and Mary McGoff admit they were “naive” about buying raw land before making their purchase of a hillside lot in the Berkshires. It turned out to be too steep and rocky for a traditional foundation. To avoid “blasting” and ruining their beloved refuge, their contractor Arthur Jackson (of The Small Building Company) created piers to perch their cabin like a “treehouse” above the rocky ledge.2
Before they designed and built the cabin, they lived in an Airstream on the property to get to know the land better. Smart! Learn all about the cabin and get the full story by watching the video below.