Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Architecture / November 12, 2010

Dwelle’s big dwelle.ing home, 24 square metres

Just when you thought you couldn’t get more efficient…

Whether a holiday retreat, a backyard hideaway, or seriously downsizing your spacial needs, these cool designs prove that a ‘less is more’ approach can transcend your desire for modern, sleek and unique shelter.  Putting a new spin on flat-pack and Prefab Kit-O-Parts buildings, these houses are low-cost, easily transported, can be assembled almost anywhere, and leave very little environmental footprints.

Inside Dwelle’s big dwelle.ing home, 24 square metres

Habitable Polyhedron by Architect Manuel Villa, 7,5 sqm

Habitable Polyhedron by Architect Manuel Villa, 7,5 sqm

XS-House by Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, 65 square feet

KS30 Sommarnöjen house by Kjellander + Sjöberg Arkitektkontor, Sandellsandberg Arkitekter and Tham & Videgard Hansson Arkitekter.


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