This is a modern tiny house on a rooftop in Mexico City.
Yes! The cabin sits on a rooftop terrace and is available to book via Airbnb. What do you think of this arrangement? Rooftops can be an often-overlooked spot for a new tiny home in a city. Would you ever consider living in a tiny house on a rooftop, kind of like this?
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Modern Tiny House Built On A Rooftop In Mexico City
Functional loft with a beautiful green and quiet terrace on a classical building in the Roma neighborhood, newly remodeled. The loft has double glazed windows and retractable canvas on the terrace to make the most of natural light and enjoy the pleasant climate of Mexico City.
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Pity there are water damage on the ceiling. Else I kind of like to open structure.
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you see roof top houses in Europe on all sorts of buildings. It makes sense, especially in industrial areas, where you have large flat roofs and little housing. Its worth it just for all the patio space to garden. This little house, has one style, but it could by any style to make any one happy.
Its interesting use of the board for walls. the dinning table and chairs are great. Interesting.
Great idea and as said already common in big European cities.
I always like to stay at the highest floor and nobody above myself.
Unfortunately condos rising prices when floor raise. That’s why I don’t like them.
This could be an option if you find an unused roof and get a permit.
Beside that it allows generous open areas , plants and a lot f space for outdoor living.
This specific one is built simple for the purpose to make money .
I doubt that there is much insulation although Mexico City has a hot climate.
The furnishing is simple, functional and tasty.
Overall, I could stay there.