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Zoku Micro Loft Hotel and Co-Workspace for Global Nomads

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This is Zoku, a modern hotel in Amsterdam with micro loft apartments that are rentable by the night and designed for those seeking a temporary residence.

The smallest space is 258 sq. ft. and the largest is 322 sq. ft. There is a large open community area designed to feel like a living room, game room, co-work space, and on-site restaurant serving healthy food options with a new daily menu. You can book a stay now but the hotel doesn’t open until May, 2016.

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Zoku Micro Loft Hotel and Co-Workspace for Global Nomads


Images © Zoku

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Community Area and Co-Work Space

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Communal Dining Room

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Images © Zoku

VIDEO: Zoku’s spacious micro-apartments

VIDEO: Zoku – A Thriving Neighborhood for Global Nomads


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  • alice h
    September 11, 2015, 2:40 pm

    They had me at retractable staircase!

  • Sondra
    September 11, 2015, 2:45 pm

    I love this Apartment and the stairs are brilliant !

  • Nanny M
    September 11, 2015, 5:42 pm

    Great ideas! Fun!

  • Porcsha S.
    September 11, 2015, 6:12 pm

    This truly the most innovative home/lifestyle set up I’ve ever seen. It’s is so cool to share a common space with others. I would like to see this as a concept to explore all over the world. Does anyone see the outstanding potential this has? I think life would would be so much easier when people live and work together.

    Technically, living in a one home community setting is not a new way of life. Imagine how much cheaper it would be to live in one building sharing utilities, taxes and more. If only we can all get alone.

    I really love the design it’s perfect!

  • September 11, 2015, 7:30 pm

    I love this idea for affordable communal living.

  • Rhonda N
    September 11, 2015, 8:21 pm

    Absolutely gorgeous. Love the stairs.

  • Lorraine
    September 18, 2015, 10:27 pm

    I wonder if those hanging rings come standard? lbs-really, those would be awesome for morning stretches!

  • December 20, 2016, 3:12 am

    I love everything about this place, the design is amazing. I would definitely stay here if I go . Convenience in location is a big deal for me . You sold this well

    • Natalie
      December 20, 2016, 6:10 am

      Glad you loved it so much 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team

      • Jordan
        September 30, 2018, 1:54 pm

        I would absolutely live in a space like this. Room to live, relax, and interact.

        I’ve read studies that indicate solitary living is very bad for depression, health, Etc.

        Even if you’re an introvert, just having people around, making noise, and living in closer proximity helps.

  • Jordan
    September 30, 2018, 2:12 pm

    Forgot to mention:

    The link above took me to a tiny space by R3Architetti.
    The all steel stairs are striking, and make an excellent visual element.

    But one slip, stubbed toe, or moment of dizziness, and down you go, to a head injury, and very possibly a broken rib on the edge of those steel plate treads on the way down.

    In my personal feeling, This Zoku is a much more life-friendly space. It has a handrail for safety, and more wood than metal. There is a couch for guests, rather than the snobbish imposition of “in this house we sit on the floor. Period.”

    Even in Japan, they have actual stools and chairs nowadays. They acknowledge the comfort of a guest in a home, not just the stricture of an imposed lifestyle.

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