Design is key in a tiny space
Designing for a tiny space challenges you to think and rethink every design detail. With an aim to make everything functional, beautiful and sustainable. I think the key is to design things with more than one use. For example a seat that transforms into a bed or coffee table that serves as a dining table.
To give everyone a better idea of what I am thinking I have put together a few examples that are inspiring me at the moment. If you want to see more and follow my ideas check out my
Beers on the deck
Nice natural timber finish, with gable roof
The cladding has been painstakingly made from used shipping pallets by dismantling, cutting and planing to size, staining and coating.
Contemporary design - notice no wheels in sight
Very modern but fits well in its environment
Very simple design, incorporating interesting stairs
Think about not having to put your dishes away after they have drip dried
Small but simple kitchen. Notice knifes presented on magnets, close to hand and easy to keep track of.
Simple wet room with wooden floors
Routed plywood with items used to add colour