If you like the idea of tiny living but still want to live simply in a bit of a larger space you might like this modern 914 sq. ft. small home custom designed for a client by JRKVC, a Slovakian Architecture Firm.
It’s called the IST-Family House and has now been featured on ArchDaily and Humble Homes so I thought I’d also welcome the design to you too. Would you consider living simply in a slightly larger home like this one? I’m curious about your thoughts on ‘tiny vs small’ if you’d be willing to share in the comments below.
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Modern 914 Sq. Ft. Small Home for Humble Family
Once inside I think you might be impressed by this modern small house below:
This home was built for about $100k in USD using SIPs (structurally insulated panels).
Tiny versus Small?
Would you consider living simply in a 914 sq. ft. small house design like this one instead of in a 100-250 sq. ft. tiny house? Just curious.. ‘Tiny’ or ‘small’ and why (if you want) in the comments below.
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“IST-Family House / JRKVC” 12 Jun 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed 17 Jun 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=514161>
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