Tiny Houses Interiors With Cute Interiors By Launisaba

If you’re looking for cute and clever ways to bring your house into the house, you should take a look at this tiny structure. Designed by Tokyo-based firm Arbol, this house is located at 100cc in Osaka, Japan. Measuring at 130 sqm, it’s compact and simple, yet it opens onto the surroundings, creating the illusion of a spacious indoor continuous space.

The idea was to try to mimic the houses in the vicinity of the city but to also adapt the design to the environment. The house was built with a lightweight frame structure and a prefab wooden structure. It was prefabricated in 3-4 hours and it was completed within 6 days. It doesn’t feature the usual moving walls or box-like structures and it includes all the important features required by a regular house.

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The exterior cladding is made from panels of high-strength fibre-anodite. It was mounted on a wooden structure and the panels are connected to a metal structure that allows the house to double as a permanent residence. Although it might be a little curious-looking that a building such as this should be for people with more freedom of choice, the architects took full advantage of the site and the future urban environment and they tried to integrate it into their projects.

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The house features photovoltaic panels and radiant floor heating along with cross ventilation, a small overhangs and skylights which bring in natural light and reduce the house to a modest and cozy structure. In a word, it’s not a very large house but rather a miniature house that could fit in the corner of the plot. It has a black exterior, a small interior and an interior solarium made of reinforced concrete.{found on contemporist}.

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