This architect (Anonymous Architects) in LA wanted an affordable house so he found and purchased the smallest one he could find which was just 350-square-feet.
Skinny Small House in LA
The only problem was that he wanted to be able to live and work from it so he was going to have to come up with some changes.
Photos Courtesy of Faircompanies.com
From 350 Sq. Ft. to 960 Sq. Ft.
He did this by requesting special planning to double the height of the structure. These numbers do include a garage though so it is quite a small home as you’ll see.
One of LA’s Skinniest Houses
The design is simple: it’s a stack of boxes that reach the property line on all possible sides to maximize indoor space.
It’s a 780 sq. ft. lot with 960 sq. ft. of interior space including the garage. The interior includes features such as floating stairs, and a recessed kitchen.
Unique Living Room View
Recessed Kitchen Floor
Self-Designed and Built Furniture Throughout
Unique See-through Staircase with Support
Solid Door Window/Balcony – GREAT Idea
Shower with Skylight
I highly encourage you to watch the entire video tour below:
LA’s Skinny Small House Video Tour
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