a Tiny Answer To Big Home Problems
This cute little prefab home is a mere 250 sq ft, and very economical to the problem so many people have today about being overwhelmed by home cost, mortgages, and size. L41, as it’s called, is an affordable residence designed by architect Michael Katz and artist Janet Corne. It has a sleek modern exterior and quite the sophisticated interior to boot. Made of timber and pine, these little abodes are fully prefab made and ultra small, yet the interior is quite spacious and livable indeed. Take a look at these photos and then tell us what you think on our Facebook Page!
In Vancouver, Canada, architect Michael Katz and artist Janet Corne decided it was time to introduce their version for the small sustainable prefab home. The L41 is quite compact, 250 sq. ft. to be exact, and according to them it’s the ultimate solution to affordable housing. The L41 has been specifically designed to be mass-produced. It can provide a great solution for first-time buyers, students, seniors, military and everyone who understands the principles of ‘small is beautiful‘, resource preservation and sustainable actions. In addition to the 250 sq. ft. Studio, there’s also a 350 sq. ft. 1-Bed and a 450 sq. ft. 2-Bedroom unit.
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