With land available for building new homes declining at an unanticipated pace, the price of the scarce land available is well beyond what most people can afford. To address this daunting issue designers at People’s Architecture Office and People’s Industrial Design Office have teamed up to create the Tricycle House and the Tricycle Garden. The house, which was showcased at 2012 Get It Louder Exhibition, suggests a future where there could be a temporary relation between homeowners and the land they are occupying.
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Designed by Swedish architect Jason Wagell along with designers at Sommarnojen, the Mini House 2.0 is the successor of Mini House – a modern prefabricated home that can serve as a portable house, a weekend retreat or even a small guesthouse. Designed similar to a backyard shed, the Mini House 2.0 comes with a plethora of eco friendly credentials, which range from the choice of materials to the ability to run completely off-the-grid.
While everybody loves to live in a mansion, dwindling land resources and concerns about emissions related to architecture has made designers come up with striking living spaces that pack every basic need in a tiny package. These tiny homes might not look to be the most comfortable, but most of them feature everything that you mostly need in a living and resting space. Check out some of the most creative space saving living space designs after the break.
To make sure that you always get the best view of the waves, irrespective of the crowds who are thronging the beach on a hot sunny day, New Zealand based Crosson Clarke Carnachen Architects has come up with a portable Sled House. While on the first glance the house looks like a normal beach house with a wooden exterior, closer inspection reveals its class. The Sled House is made to rest on two large wooden beams that allow it to be dragged to different locations along the coast.