This unique tiny house is not just compact.
It makes use of the small amount of space by being completely versatile.
It’s shaped like a cylinder and literally rolls from the inside.
Roll it 180 degrees and the desk becomes a bed.
The mattress is held in place thanks to Velcro while pillows, blankets, clothing and linens are stored underneath.
Turn the kitchen and it transforms into a bathroom.
The bathroom does include a sink and toilet. The kitchenette has a stove.
And don’t worry… The toilet cannot be turned upside down. :)
Where did this come from? Students at the University of Karlsruhe in Germany.
Christian Zwick and Konstantin Jerabek came up with the idea while exploring efficient and mobile dwelling concepts.
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Photo Credits: University of Karlsruhe
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