These tiny houses are for a simplified way of living.
Less space, less stuff, less energy consumed.
Built off-site and transported to any location. They are for the city or the beach.
An option for densification of our cities, these tiny homes provide for intergenerational needs, granny-flat, teenager or parent retreat. They are for working-from-home or for boutique accommodation.
They are also for the remote escape.
A simple but dynamic form is achieved within the dimensional constraints of transportation.
A rectangular plan with a diagonal gable makes for unexpectedly playful exterior where all four elevations vary. Entries and windows taper into the form, making shadows and oblique views.
A small footprint with a lofty interior, these tiny homes are both intimate and spacious.
Monochromatic interior colour and materiality adds drama to what is typically a generic building typology.
Designed for two friends, starting a business together, Wild Huts are built in Tasmania.
Thanks to CUUB Studio for visualisations.
Wild Huts are available here