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The Boxhome from architect Sami Rintala is just 205 square feet. Amazingly, there's room inside for guests — the seating platform in the living room becomes a bed.

Tiny Off Grid Cabin | 10 Incredible Self Sustaining Homes For Your Homesteading Passion

10 Incredible Self-Sustaining Homes For Your Homesteading Passion

MAINE (USA) - The Porter cottage / Alex Scott Porter Design On an island 20 miles off the coast of Maine, a writer, with the help of his daughter, built not only a room but an entire green getaway of his own.

New Orleans' French Quarter is full of cute, colorful, dormouse-sized casas.

13 Adorably Teeny Tiny Houses

The Sassy Countess Historic Estates and Grand Lifestyles: Small And Tiny Historic Homes

Sell Your Crap, Pay Off Your Debt, And Do What You Love! This Makes It All Possible!

- Tiny houses designed by the polish firm front architects, the single hauz is a prototype house created for the single person. The design is inspired by freestanding billboards often seen near highways.

Casa Real del Mar / graciastudio

Situated on the sea, sits a triangular plot of land that exhibits the undulating rise and fall of the natural topography

Huerto Urbano: Huertos urbanos en un restaurante de Tokio

Urban farm right in the center of Tokyo. Visitors can see the process of how vegetables grow and also eat the vegetables at the restaurant next door to this farm. "This is a place where agriculture and people become close.

the fat house  by: erwin wurm  at: the BALTIC center for contemporary art

the fat house by: erwin wurm at: the BALTIC center for contemporary art

Designer Sheds Make For Less Depressing Cubicles  Working in a shed doesn't sound like an upgrade from a depressing cubicle. But the spired roof of this Tetra-Shed ...
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Designer Sheds Make For Less Depressing Cubicles

Working in a shed doesn't sound like an upgrade from a depressing cubicle. But the spired roof of this Tetra-Shed will make it feel like you work in a private alpine lodge, even without a fireplace or comfy bearskin rug.

When most people think of locations for a holiday home, they have visions of beaches, golf courses, spas, and chalets. But few have the mettle to choose the sort of place that architects André Lessard and Barbara Dewhirst deemed perfect.

Architects André Lessard and Barbara Dewhirst. Scrap steel and reclaimed wood clad the three-story triangular tower, which hovers over a small deck and outdoor space.

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