Smart, sustainable, and minimalistic—these “location-independent, pay-as-you-live” prefab tiny homes introduce a new genre of urban living.
In an attempt to tackle rising housing prices among heavily congested cities, the team behind Berlin–based Cabin Spacey has created a project known as the Minimal House, which is a network of easily accessible tiny homes across the world. Designed with the urban nomad in mind, this new way of housing caters to the desire for nomadic freedom by providing people the chance to explore living in various destinations for as long—or as little—as he or she likes.
“For urban nomads, the minimal house is the perfect choice: it’s easy to transport, easy to install, and can be easily hooked up to existing utilities and infrastructures, whether unused roof, urban wasteland, or parking lot,” explains Becker, co-founder of Cabin Spacey.
“In order to create a high quality, stand-alone architectural product ready for mass production, we’re absolutely focusing on one single module in one-size-fits-all dimensions,” Becker continues to note.
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