Awe-Inspiring Entries & Winners in the Ryterna Modul Design Competition
Lithuanian modular construction firm Ryterna Modul organized an Architectural Challenge 2018 Tiny House competition and it is open to everyone all over the world. To qualify for this contest, they have put forward several constraints for the architect-designers: the tiny house design has to be 25 square meters (269 sq. ft.) or less, it has to have a living area, kitchen, bath and a bedroom. It should also be off-grid, useable all year round, and transportable.
Check out the photos of the first, second, and third prize tiny house winners below!
First Place: Wave House by Abdolrahman Kadkhodasalehi, Iran. Amazing multi-purpose curved design which contributes to the sleek aesthetic, and the unique curve provides space for the water supply, water pump & heater.
Second Place: Torii House by Julia Kaptur and Stas Kaptur, Russia. Modular, 4-subsection home that makes effective use of the space.
Third Place: Trapezoidal Mod by William Samin, Indonesia. Stacked structure with 2 floors, the stilts allow placement in different types of terrain.
“The program and the scale of this project allows architects to develop their architectural philosophies and methodologies in the design process,” said Qian. “Additionally, concentrating on a modular dwelling space inspires architects to rethink and reveal the atmospheric potential while people completely neglect the familiar circumstances around them in everyday life.”
The international competition’s jury included last year’s competition winners Milda Naujalyte and Arminas Sadzevicius as well as a host of experienced architects and Ryterna modul’s CEO Andrius Orlovas.
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