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Architecture architecture Tinyhouses

This sustainable tiny house; the world loves it

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by: Hans van der Broek
this sustainable tiny house  the world loves it

This sustainable tiny house goes entirely on the Scandinavian wilderness

Danish and Scandinavian desgin; the world loves it.

This is reflected both in minimalist clothing trends, interior trends, and in trends related to architecture.
#tinyhouse in forest with trees
Similarly, the project called "A45". Two well-known Danish designers have joined hands to develop a very special tiny house.

Tiny house is not that tiny

The Danish designers Bjarke Ingels and Soren Rose have together designed a tiny house where you would swap your big house for that. The house is about 50 square meters big, so it is not really tiny. But, it is a thoroughly designed design in which every square meter is used.
The A45 house is based on the classic "cabin in the woods" as you often encounter in Scandinavia, but also in Canada.

The tiny house frame has an A-frame, just like the famous cabins that are characterized by the high pointed roof and the sloping walls.

To make better use of the space, the designers have only chosen to tilt the square bottom of the house and also to turn the roof 45 degrees. This gives it a four-meter-high ceiling, which screams space. It also seems as if the house is square, and from others as if it has a pointed roof. Very nice!

Everything has been thought about

A45 is designed in such a way that it absorbs well in nature. Although the house has geometric shapes on the outside, the relationship with nature is central to this project. You can see this reflected in the many glass that is used in the house, and the open fire in the living room.

The tiny house is fully equipped, and with all modern gadgets. For example, the house uses solar energy thanks to the solar panels that are mounted on the roof. Also in the kitchen and bathroom use is made of smart equipment so that the house is as economical as possible. Curious about more photos of the inside of this pearl? Check the website of Designboom for a moment.
The project is still in the pipeline, but you might be able to sleep in this bizarly cool house in the meantime.

On request some interior photo's:

Iterior photo, living room chair, bed window with view

wooden bathroom interiot tinyhouse

interior photo bed tinyhouse

Kitchen tinyhouse interior

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Hans van der Broek , founder Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)  
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While I like all the glass, the dark interior colors combined with inadequate use of space make this 500 Sq. Ft. home feel like a glorified tent. Is that supposed to be a functional kitchen or a coffee bar? Here is an example of a beautiful, bright, functional, off-grid, climate-controlled solution for a home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFeyC1urE60
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Hans van der Broek , founder Founder and CEO of WhatsOrb, world traveller, entrepreneur and environmental activist. Hans has countless ideas and has set up several businesses in the Netherlands and abroad. He also has an opinion on everything and unlimited thoughts about how to create a better world. He likes hiking and has climbed numerous five-thousanders (mountain summits of at least 5000m or 16,404 feet in elevation)  
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