This Tiny House Builds Up Instead of Out
As small space living gets more and more popular, the tiny houses and micro homes have become sleeker, smarter and well, taller. This skinny micro home was designed by Dutch firm Ana Rocha Architecture and was given the extra appropriate name, The Slim Fit.
It looks sort of like a sexy Lincoln Log and offers 538 square feet of living space, spread out across three floors. The exterior is covered Ayous hardwood, which was laid out vertically emphasizing the length of the building.
The interior has birch wood throughout and super high ceilings to let in plenty of natural light from the large windows. Each floor is only 176 square feet across, so the home leaves a small footprint, making it suitable for cities or folks with not a lot of extra space who want to live small and live stylishly.
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