Sometimes it feels a bit like our houses develop into like fishbowls. The greater they’re, the extra stuff we purchase to fill them up. But do we actually want all that sq. footage? The staff at 3XA, who designed and constructed this micro house in Wroclaw, Poland would say no. At solely 312 sq. ft (29 sq. meters), there isn’t a room for errors, however there’s loads of room for a trendy, trendy life.
The key to any small house is ensuring that you simply make use of vertical area. By tucking a bed room up a set of slender stairs, the designers create a makeshift second flooring that frees up much more dwelling area.
The whole house is seen on this single photograph. From space for storing underneath the steps to a nested eating desk/desk, each sq. inch is rigorously thought-about and put to its greatest use.
The entryway does have a low, plywood ceiling but in addition serves as a stroll-in closet with gauzy curtains appearing as simply managed closet doorways.
The unique entrance door is left in its naturally unfinished state and is among the solely indications as to the general age of the condo. Its worn look is sort of charming.
The small kitchen once more makes use of the excessive ceilings with space for storing going all the best way up.
This isn’t the primary time we’ve featured an amazingly livable micro condo. Check out this visualization from Pressenter Design and this tiny however trendy spot in Manhattan. Via HomeDSGN.