Ultra-Modern Flat-Packed Cabin Home

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Flat-pack, Solar-powered Micro-home from South Africa

 

Completed in a collaboration between Johannesburg-based architect Clara Da Cruz Almeida and studio DOKTER and Misses, this micro-home is designed for flexible living and flat-pack for easy transport and (dis)assembly. The modular prefab units have metal siding and can be reconfigured and added onto to accommodate up to 12 people.

The basic unit measures 186-Square-Foot; the interior feels airy and light-filled thanks to its high sloping roof, which also maximizes solar energy capture. The calming palette of pastel green and grey brightens the interior and gives it a refreshing look. Space-saving furnishings like the fold-down tables help to keep the interior space neat and roomy.

Targeted at young professionals just starting out, to invest in a home without having to own land, this tiny sustainable home is a definite commendable step forward to affordable tiny homes.

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