Shipping containers are all the rage among designers and architects who have been converting them into housing, but these designs by MEKA take that concept to a whole new level. Read More.
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- Homes of 200 sq ft or less
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1954 Airstream Flying Cloud trailer completely restored. Restoration by Timeless Travel Trailers.
Adorable! Alan and I have been looking at tiny travel trailers (small enough to pull behind a car), but I have to say, this looks amazing!
Our adventure building a Tumbleweed Fencl Tiny House before we use it to travel the USA
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So here is the Minim House. To be honest I’m quite jealous of the person that designed it, as its definitely something I’ve been trying to do for a while on and off. So what do you guys think? Would you live in it? Is it any good? This cost about $30 000. Its around 210ft². I don’t like everything about this house though, personally I would trade in the front door and windows for full floor to ceiling sliding doors(like skyframe). I’d trade in those bench things for a nice actual sofa, though the table seems interesting. Also I’d make sure I have a closet(so far I don’t see one) and would even trade the book case/shelves for a closet, as I can get by with the library and eBook reader/apps.
The bathroom is a wet bathroom(the entire bathroom is the “shower” though in this case the toilet and the outlets are kept dry with a shower curtain on that side). I would personally have put in a bigger mirror and maybe even gotten rid of the bathroom sink, as the kitchen sink would suffice for all of your sink related needs.
Situated off the eastern coast of Africa by Pemba Island, a private floating island at the Manta Resort provides guests with an all-inclusive hotel room submerged four meters below the surface of the ocean. Designed by Swedish company Genberg Underwater Hotels, each of the three levels that make up the buoyant building has its own unique view: a rooftop terrace for sun bathing in the day and star gazing at night, a landing deck at sea level equipped with a lounge and restroom, and an underwater hotel room below surrounded by panes of glass for a 360 degree marine panorama.