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Artist’s Terrace Tiny House in Italy

This is a tiny house built on a terrace of a condo in Italy.

It was built by an artist, Gabriella Farella, and her husband.

When you go inside, you’ll find a kitchenette, living area, art table, and beautiful tile work throughout.

Plus they’ve also created a wonderful covered outdoor space and you can tell that lots of reclaimed materials were used to build it. Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Artist’s Terrace Tiny House in Italy

Artist's Terrace Tiny House in Italy

Images © Gabriella Farella

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Images © Gabriella Farella

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  • Avatar Deadrock

    Kind of hard to figure out the layout of this. Guessing there’s no sleeping or bathroom areas? If this was just meant to be a little extra space on the terrace of an existing condo, maybe those areas weren’t needed. If this is just a hangout/art workshop space, it looks fine and cozy. The tile is a nice artistic touch. A tad dark, even in the daytime shots. I think I’d rather spend time on the terrace than inside, however.

    Still, any flaws forgiven just because the cats seem happy.

  • Avatar Emily c.

    Very interesting from what I could see. I love the outdoor tropical feel. I wish I could’ve seen more of the indoor layout. I really couldn’t see enough of it to have an opinion.

  • Avatar Wende

    you had me at…Italy..I too think it’s a bit dark..but non the less it does look charming..I agreed the cats look happy…

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