The Portuguese architecture firm, led by Sérgio Nobre, designed this small space (about 616 sq. ft.) from an outdated existing apartment that’s long and thin. Although currently unfurnished, the interior features bright white walls, fun corners and zig-zagged walls, and a ton of open space. They provided the floor plan so you can get a feel for the house as a whole.
Do you like white walls? How about modern spaces? Read more about what they did to the space on the last page.
The stunning tiny home has a sloped roof, happy yellow door and bright and open interior. According to Dezeen, “the home contains the sleeping loft, a bathroom with a tub, a kitchen, a table for dining and working, storage cabinets, and a living zone that doubles as guest sleeping quarters.”
Hale Kilo I’a is a unique twist on Hawaiian and modern architecture. Hale Kilo I’a is a collaborative project between H1 Construction & Fujita+Netski Architecture (together called H1+FN Design Collaborative). Playing with the idea of dual structures & the use of a creative wall, this project creates a private oasis right in the heart of Kailua. These humble structures work at creating a unique tension that is meant to always excite guests with shape, form, & color.
The idea of simple living is no new concept but over the last decade simple living has evolved into the ever-popular concept of tiny house living. The recent movement has grabbed the attention of pragmatic people all over the world as they look for ways to maximize living space and cut living expenses, particularly amongst from retiring baby boomers to millennials who are just starting out.
While these tiny dwellings often measure less than 200 square feet, the modern concept of simple living is not about sacrifice. With innovative designs, homeowners are discovering that life in a tiny home yields a fuller life as it connects them with their family, while freeing them from costly living expenses and mortgage debt.
This video takes you on a guided tour of a 500 acre property created by Frank Lloyd Wright in the desert of Scottsdale, Arizona. There are several creative tiny shelters, dorms, and cabins on the property all designed and built as experiments by the architecture students.
When the students arrive, they’re able to choose a structure to live in for the duration of their stay at the school. Usually this is several months. Then they can choose to remodel, rehab, and work on a current shelter or design and build their own from scratch on the property.
Dorm Cabins at Taliesin West Frank Lloyd Wright Architecture School
Just ran into this amazing video of SunRay Kelley and his amazing tiny homes that he’s built over the years.
He’s a natural builder who inspires people to reconnect with nature through his artistic architecture. If you’ve never heard of him before, you’re in for a treat. Filmed and edited by Gary Tyler Mcleod and Austin Will this is a 6 minute video I know you’ll love watching. And more than likely, you’ll be inspired afterwards. Please enjoy and re-share.
I just got home from a week long South Western vacation. The entire week was topped off by a visit to Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home, Taliesin West.
I started studying Frank Lloyd Wright in college. It was something that Matt and I had in common before we started dating a billion years ago. While we were still both at school we would often travel to Frank Lloyd Wright buildings local to Kalamazoo, Michigan (there are quite a few, surprisingly). We’ve been all over the country to see his buildings: Wisconsin, Illinois, New York, Pennsylvania. Now I can add Arizona to my list.
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