Tiny house, every inch of which is perfect
• Tiny house, every inch of which is perfect
Probably each of us knows what it is - to live in cramped conditions. But it is not always enough - so bad. Modern designers and architects believe that the main thing - it's not how many square meters in your home, and how they are used correctly. In this collection presents seven of the most amazing examples of creating a cozy and comfortable accommodation in a constraint.
Keret House - one of the most narrow of houses in the world. This original structure appeared a few years ago between two large buildings in the center of Warsaw.
The house came with a light hand of the Polish architect Jakub Szczesny, once drew attention to the long gap between the houses. Its width was only 1 meter 22, but that does not discourage the desire to fill the gap Yakub extraordinary home. We have to admit that he did it.
The result is an unusual two-story structure. On its first level, a toilet with shower and a kitchen, while the second - a bedroom with a desk. Both floors connected by narrow vertical staircase.
Sculp (IT) - an architectural duo from Belgium, has created an unimaginable four-storey building in the interval just 2, 5 m in the heart of Antwerp.
The architects for a long time could not decide what it costs to build on this small plot of land: a house or office, but eventually settled on the solution of combining both functions in the same house. On the ground floor are offices, and above - residential and public rooms.
In this case, the most interesting part of the house from Sculp studio (IT) is widely regarded as a bathroom. Due to lack of space, it had to be placed in the open air on the roof. But what in the evening with views!
The headquarters Sculp (IT) at night looks even more impressive when each of its floors illuminated colored backlit, making the house itself and surrounding streets become just an incredible atmosphere.
It seemed that the 40 square meters is not even enough for a normal studio, but the architectural studio Sfaro Architects from Israel managed to place on this area of the apartment with four rooms.
The secret of this miracle of architecture lies in the special organization of the circular space. In the center of the apartment block is concluded with a bathroom, around which there are four other rooms: bedroom, living room, kitchen and hallway.
The deception of perception works perfectly. This circular system creates the impression of infinite space, and much more than 40 square meters.
E-Village Studio - This studio apartment, recently appeared in the East Village in Manhattan, successfully proving a popular trend nowadays to increase the space of a small apartment at the expense of a false second floor.
To do this, not necessarily the presence of high ceilings - you just put on a "top level" bed. The useful area is significantly increased after receiving the multi-functional cabinet.
On the one hand this cabinet are shelves for personal belongings of the owner, on the other - in kitchen, and on top is a wide bed. Places for jumping on the mattress and may be enough, but for normal sleep is more than enough.
The British company Dwelle promotes the idea to the masses that the house area of only 18 square meters is enough for a comfortable life of people couples.
houses its production Dwelle.ing are the most affordable offer for those who want to get first in the life of your own home. For a small house with a living room, a bedroom and a desk on the second mezzanine, kitchen and bathroom with toilet will have to pay a total of 15 thousand pounds. With this money you can for six months to take a small apartment on the outskirts of London.
In the houses Dwelle.ing series figured out every centimeter of space, and the smallest detail of them has its functional purpose. The big plus Dwelle.ing homes is their versatility and fast construction time - the customer may enter into a new house only a week after ordering.
For advanced architects and innovators have not haunted by the possibility of transformation of space. Spanish architect Barbara Appolloni created in Barcelona Stunning apartment-transformer with an area of 24 square meters.
As a result, it has turned out magic, changing the space where the bed suddenly turns into a sofa, a wall - in the table, wardrobe - in the refrigerator, and the table - out of the window.
The principle of rationality in this case, put in the forefront. A person living in this apartment, can include your imagination and feel free to experiment with the transformation of living space. And it allows you to use every inch of the apartment as anything twice or even three times.
The streets of New York has long been severely congested by road, making more and more motorists refuse personal car. As a result, the previously terribly popular multilevel parking in the heart of Manhattan began to be out of work. Conceptual design upLIFT offers to turn unneeded parking in a compact and low-cost houses.
Authors of the project offer upLIFT create a lot of small residential units, each of which can be placed exactly on the same parking place parking.
Each such capsule consists of a compact living room, a small kitchen, bathroom with toilet and shower. In this case, it is not necessary to release immediately all the parking of cars. The modules can be installed one by one to the extent that the owners of cars will leave the parking lot. Incidentally, the first floor upLIFT and you can leave the car behind.