Archive for the ‘Small Home Design’ Category

Have a great and stately home is everyone’s dream, but unfortunately not everyone is lucky because of the problem of limited land and construction costs are large. For those who are creative and like things related to nature, have their own way to keep dream house and get closer to nature. Tiny house design is practical and easy solution which emphasizes aspects of saving land, except that this time we will go deep into the jungle or river that is free from the bustle of city life. I want to invite you adventure as well as stay in tiny house  [ Read More ]

This tiny house is a fraction of the few futuristic design houses that we can meet today, an ambitious project built by naval architect Kurt Hughes is a small home inspired space craft in central Washington. With experience in the navy during the prowess shipbuilding, Hughes has successfully completed hexagonal shelter is nine feet above the ground with the support of three steel beams attached to the concrete pads. The unique 250-square-foot house weighs 3,000 pounds, which only amounts to a tenth of the Apollo module’s weight 11 months after being modeled. This house is intended to be a tribute  [ Read More ]

Cocoon Modules is a construction company based in Athens, recently has been completion of a shipping container homes for use as holiday homes, development of tourism, a pop-up shop and emergency shelters. This marvelous project is a collaboration with the Greek mattress brand, Coco-Mat, by focusing on environmentally friendly living alternatives. The philosophy of Cocoon Modules is based on an environmental design that provides mobile and modular units to respond to contemporary nomad needs, in fact they claim one of their container homes is 15% more cost-effective than pre-fab homes and 30% less than the average traditional house in Greece.  [ Read More ]

Starting from the demand of people who want to stay away from the crowds and want a comfortable place to hide, studio JeanArch under the direction Jeanna Berger her studied stress reduction conducted by Karolinska Institute. From the results of extensive research they have succeeded in creating 72 hour cabin and offers an inspiring retreat on the island of Henriksholm, Sweden. As if lost in nature, these small wooden modules are installed on stage to minimize their impact on the ground while providing protection against wild animals. The decor is quite simple and minimalist so every client can experience a  [ Read More ]

Texas tiny house really cool using mid-century style meets with Marfa style. Although small measuring only 380 square feet, this home looks beautiful and mighty with colorful punch. Built on two gooseneck trailers, the home features built-in hammocks, a removable deck, screened-in porch using Parasoleil copper panels and a custom kitchen island. Happy life does not mean having to choose a large house. Some interesting little houses can also be found in the Lone Star State. One of them is a bright Austin space designed by Kim Lewis, an interior designer who shows how colorful punch can give a compact  [ Read More ]