HERE’S A TINY CABIN HOME WHICH PUTS EMPHASIS ON ECO-FRIENDLY DESIGN
Here’s the H-Eva by French architecture firm A6A. Its highlight design is its convenience when it comes to transport. With only 215 square feet, the H-Eva is small but with a lot of surprises within its tiny structure.
Maximized space usage is this home’s specialty. It already has a kitchen, a dining room, a living room, a bathroom, and two beds. The wide glass sliding door opens up the small cabin to the outside.
The H-Eva is designed to leave little to no impact on the land it sits on. While basic needs like water, power, and light are available autonomously. This rids the need for establishing power lines or pipelines.
“H-Eva’s drawing is based on a balance of proportions, masses, and energies. Human at the heart of his origins, immersed in his environment. The material is left raw, the contrast between light and dark, inside and outside,” said A6A.
“H-Eva is the result of research on the off-site construction. The assembly is done entirely in a workshop, limiting displacements, in a respectful way of the environment.”
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