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VILLA VOLTA, designed by Studio RTM, is one of the prize winners of the Bouwexpo Tiny Housing competition, hosted by the municipality of Almere in the Netherlands.
Designed by Waldemarson Arkitekter, Ateljé 25 is a workshop, studio, or summer house, where creativity gets its own space.
Dometastic 50 is a tiny house designed by architect Mustafa Anbar and is one of the winning entries of the 2016/2017 Bouwexpo Tiny Housing competition, which was hosted earlier this year by the municipality of Almere in the Netherlands.
CASA 802 is a 324-square-foot micro home developed by Norwich University faculty and students to provide sustainable, beautiful housing for people from all income levels.
Cinder Box is a simple and adaptable micro dwelling design for any location, inspired by a desire to create a prefabricated structure for minimalized living that reduces cost, increases construction quality and allows for home ownership with the cost and mobility of an automobile.
The Cedar Shake Cottage is a tiny home designed by STUDIO 512, an architecture firm based in Austin, Texas.
The Woodland Cabin is a small lakeside cabin on the edge of woodlands in the village of Nouvelles, Belgium created by London-based De Rosee Sa.
Shacky is a tiny house project, brainchild of Joep Pennartz, that can be located on farms across Victoria in Australia, as rent-able accommodation for lease by holiday makers looking to escape the city for the serenity of the countryside.
Walden Studio’s Contemporary Tiny House is a self-sufficient dwelling built with natural materials, a small house that manages to combine sustainability with sleek design.
DROP box is a modular micro architecture solution, designed by Barcelona-based creative studio In-Tenta, to have little to no impact on the natural ecological environment.
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