Tiny Houses

A small portable house built with two large water tanks

It carried out starting from two huge water tanks and a few other materials, for the most part recycled, Taku-Tanku is a small portable home simple and quick to construct.

"Taku-Tanku", can accommodate two or three people, could potentially be used as a shelter, say its creators, the architects Stereotank and Japanese designer Takahiro Fukuda.

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A bed and breakfast for dog lovers

No it is not a joke, for all dog lovers, we found the perfect place to stay!

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Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects / Window house

Positioned on a compact strip of land between the sea and the road, Yasutaka Yoshimura Architects They designed in Kanagawa, Japan, "house window":

a small residence built around a scale which offers sweeping views of Mount Fuji and Sagami Bay. The three-story structure is defined by large openings on both sides that allow the light to permeate inside. Because of its location perched Home protect its inhabitants from floods.

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ArchiWorkshop / Glamping tents

These tents are designed to be ArchiWorkshop for a Yang-Pyeong camp, in South Korea, have been made with a cloth that is resistant to UV rays, water and fire, each tent double layer is provided with sofa beds specially designed and toilet separated by walls .

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Peter Jungmann / Ufogel, a 45-square-meter house in the mountains in Austria

Located on one of the best mountain vistas in Austria, this 45 square meters house designed by Peter Jungmann It is a fully furnished and functional home, located on a hill in the village of Nussdorf. Jokingly it takes its name from a combination of the "UFO" words and "VOGEL", which in German means bird, Ufogel is set on stilts, and structured as a vacation home that captures the spectacular views available, having the least possible impact on the natural environment in which it is inserted.

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Aires Mateus Architects / "Cabanas no Rio", a refuge by the river

Cabanas no Rio, literally "Huts on the River", one of the last of the brothers achievements Aires Mateus, Universal unarchetipo of freedom and independence.

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