As minimalism is gaining traction in the fashion world with capsule wardrobes cropping up on blogs all over the place, the same revolution is going on with houses. The smaller the house, seemingly the more creativity goes into designing a functional space and more often than not it results in a quite beautiful space. While I am not ready to stuff my life – clothes, dogs, boyfriend, office – into 200 square feet just yet, the idea of simplifying and streamlining living is becoming more attractive (as more clutter living and working in the same spaces builds up). Perhaps I will just have to ease into this type of living – maybe starting with a tiny cabin in the woods to escape to! Would you ever live in a tiny house?
This cabin in upstate New York is a luxurious 300 square feet – and completely off the grid. It is just a vacation house, so it might be something I could get into!
This is a 190 sq. foot silo in Phoenix, AZ and all of the design was based around the curves of the structure. The architect and owner, Christoph Kaiser, said “I didn’t want to cheat and do a box inside a curved shell”. So amazing!