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20 smart micro house design ideas that maximize space
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Most micro houses are built in the back yard of an already existing residence. They’re a sort of extension and they serve all sorts of purposes such as office space or art studio. This particular structure was built in the backyard after the owner has spent years creating the beautiful garden and realized there’s some spare space there. As a result, this sustainable tiny cottage was built there. It has a wood stove and it’s a cozy hangout space for the family and friends.

This is the Duck Chalet, a tiny house with a green design. It was built by its owners in 4 months although the design process took a year and a half.They built it using a trailer as a starting point. The trailer was modified and every little inch of space was smartly used, after all, these wasn’t much to spare. Inside there’s custom-made cabinetry and a warm décor with wood accents.{found on tinyhouseblog}.

View towards the Pacific Harmony’s dining/sleeping area, from the kitchen (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony’s solid oak dining table  (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony’s vanity unit (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony includes relatively generous closet space (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

This tiny house was designed to serve as a holiday home. It’s practically the equivalent of a hotel room but without the neighbors and the whole huge building. This one is just for you. It has a minimalist design with clean lines and a harmonious interior. It was designed without a kitchen so the users can fully enjoy their vacation without having to lift a finger. The windows are placed at the perfect angle to let natural light infuse the interior.{found on site}.

This is the Minim House, a 235 square foot cottage designed by Foundry Architects and Minim Homes. The tiny house is efficient in every sens of the word. It has a tiny floor plan which makes great use of space and has an organized and space-saving design. The exterior of the house is modern and simple, very sleek and with no overhangs. The hidden rain gutters are integrated into the roof. The interior is modern, simple and inviting.{found on minimhomes}

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In the Finnish woods there’s a small but very interesting micro cabin. Because it’s so small, the cabin doesn’t exist on papers as building regulations say you only need a permit if you build something larger than 96-128 square feet. The cabin has exactly 96 square feet. It has a small ground floor with a living area, kitchen and bathroom and the upper floor features a sleeping area and a storage space. The cabin also has a deck.

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This is a transportable home designed by Abaton Architects. It’s basically a house you can take with you on vacations and trips and it offers you everything you need. It’s like taking a smaller version of your home with you. Inside, the house is bright and airy. It has a glass wall so that you can admire the views and the landscape and also so that the light can get inside. What’s also nice is that the structure is actually shaped like a house.

Sometimes tiny, compact structures are built for other purposes than personal use. For example, this is Ufogel, a vacation house located in Austria. The space can be rented and it sits in a very beautiful region with wonderful views. It has a very unusual geometric shape and this makes it stand out. The irregular lines make it resemble all sorts of things depending on the angle you’re seeing it from. The structure is made of larch wood and it has a sculptural form and this makes it quite unique.

This black compact building is a micro house with a modern and very sleek design. Its black exterior makes it seem even smaller. The interior is bright and airy and surprisingly spacious. The glass walls offer magnificent views, especially if you take this tiny house in the middle of nature. The minimalist design suits it well. One of most beautiful things about it is the green roof.{found on behance}.

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The Gypsy Junker is a tiny 24 sq ft house made mainly of shipping pallets and things other people discarded. I guess it’s true what they say… one man’s junk is another man’s treasure. This tiny house was built by Derek Diedricksen and it’s not the only one of its kind. He also built the Hickshaw on a rolling cedar lounge chair and the Boxy Lady, the smallest one which is 4 ft tall.{found on nytimes}.

The Pacific Harmony has relatively generous storage space for a tiny house (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

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This micro house is a mobile home and it has a very welcoming interior. Although it’s very small, it has a kitchen with a tiny dining area, a window bench/ reading corner and a cozy sleeping area which you can access via a ladder. It’s a great use of space and it could serve as a wonderful mobile home for trips and vacations.{found on tinyhouseswoon}.

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There seems to be a trend lately in building tiny, micro houses. It’s basically all about finding a way to include as many things and functions into as little space as possible. There are some very inspiring designs out there and we made it our mission to find them. Here’s what we came up with.

Visitors enter into the living room, which is in the center of the home, and contains a couch and an entertainment center with 40-inch TV. The downstairs bedroom is adjacent and pictured below with solid oak dining table in place. However, the table can be folded away when it’s time to turn in for the night and a Murphy drop-down bed lowered (curtains can be closed for privacy too).

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The Pacific Harmony’s bathroom includes a shower, sink, and toilet  (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

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The Pacific Harmony’s living room includes an entertainment center with Samsung TV (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

This micro home can be found in France and it was built using renewable materials. It was designed by Paris-based firm Studio 1984 and the whole structure is organized around a rectangular inner volume with walls made of farm straw. A wood-plank frame keeps the straw in place and wooden boards give the house a cohesive look on the inside. The interior is clean, simple and airy, typical to modern homes.

Because of their reduced dimensions, tiny houses such as the ones presented here could very well be mobile. This allows the owner to take the house wherever he goes and makes vacations very simple. Such a design can be seen on this structure. This is a tiny house on wheels. It has a very small interior but it has the basic elements. It has a kitchen area, a cozy bedroom, a bathroom and even a workspace.{found on tinyhousegiantjourney}.

The Whangapoua Sled House is located near the shores of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zeeland. It was built by Ken Crosson of Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects. The house has large glass doors, a retractable folding door which exposes the second floor and lots of shelving on the walls. On the first floor there’s a small dining area and a kitchen and a separate room features three bunk beds.

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This tiny house is a student unit designed by Tengbom Architects. It was designed specifically for students and it’s eco-friendly, smart and functional. The unit measures only 10 square meters so it’s very compact but it doesn’t look crowded with furniture. The interior design is minimalist and the unit offers the basic things such as a kitchen, a bathroom and a sleeping area. It even has a patio. If you’re not convinced of its great design, you can go see it at the Virserum Art Museum in Sweden.

Access to the Pacific Harmony is over a small porch area and through a door in the center of the tiny house (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The 4-person cottage was built for a family just 2 kilometers from their residence. As the owners declare, the cottage is just a place that’s easy to go to in case of urgent matters or simply to take a shower or to take a break.{found on archdaily}.

The Pacific Harmony measures 28 ft (8.5 m)-long and is clad in board and batten siding, with Pacific Cedar accenting. The roof is standing seam metal and the exterior sports a small porch that has room for a couple of chairs and a table, and must be dismantled when changing location.

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The Pacific Harmony is currently on the market for US$79,000. It’s located in Battle Ground, Washington.

The tiny house gets power from a standard RV-style hookup and includes a propane-powered water heater. Lighting is LED throughout.

View towards the Pacific Harmony’s dining room/bedroom (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony’s dining room includes a Murphy bed, turning the space into a bedroom (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

View towards the Pacific Harmony’s dining/sleeping area, from the kitchen (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

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This tiny cottage is located in Lauttasaari, Finland and it has a total surface of 14 square meters. It was designed by Verstas Architects and it’s a nice and ingenious way of getting to enjoy nature in the middle of a busy city.

The Pacific Harmony gets power from a standard RV-style hookup (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

Located in Snohomish, WA, this house occupies an area of 170 square feet so it’s not as tiny as most of the other structures presented here. Still, it’s considerably smaller than any home we would normally consider comfortable. Nevertheless, smaller often means cozier. The house is occupies by its two owners and their two cats and it’s very comfortable, inviting and cozy and it was built to meet their needs.{found on apartmenttherapy}.

We were impressed with the work that Handcrafted Movement put into its Urban Craftsman earlier this year, and the firm’s recently-completed tiny house, named the Pacific Harmony, appears to be similarly well made. The towable home’s interior is relatively roomy and includes a flexible bedroom that can also be used as a dining room.

The Pacific Harmony’s living room includes a couch, shelving and TV (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony measures 28 ft (8.5 m)-long (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

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The Pacific Harmony’s dining room/bedroom, with Murphy bed in down position (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony’s dining room/bedroom can be closed-off with curtains (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

What’s wonderful about these tiny houses is that they appear to be small and unforgiving but, when you step inside, they’re surprisingly spacious and they often include all the necessities. This is the Innermost House, a 12 sq ft structure in Northern California. It has an open porch and five separate rooms: a kitchen, a study, a bathroom and a the sleeping areas above, accessible via a ladder stored against the wall.{found on tinyhouseblog}.

The Pacific Harmony’s kitchen, with sleeping loft above (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

This Japanese Forest House was designed by Brian Schultz and it’s a soothing and beautiful escape where you can relax and meditate. Moreover, the house is also sustainable. It was built on a budget of $11,000 and using locally found and salvaged materials. It features a beautiful oriental theme and it sits on a 200 square meter concrete pad. It was crafted using salvaged wooden logs and the windows and door come from the local dump.{found on decoist}.

The Pacific Harmony’s upstairs sleeping loft (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Tiny Tack house is a versatile living space and the perfect micro home for its owners. It includes a cozy living area, a raised loft bedroom, a kitchen and a bathroom. It has 11 windows which flood the house with natural light. The house was built almost entirely by its owners with some help from a few friends. Together, they created this lovely wooden home which is also sustainable and quite good-looking.{found on gizmag}.

Access to the Pacific Harmony is over a small porch area and through a door in the center of the tiny house(Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

Back over on the other side of the lounge lies a small kitchen with propane-powered four-burner range cooker and a fridge/freezer. A built-in breakfast bar has seating for up to three people and a door provides access to the bathroom, which has a shower, sink, and toilet.

Built by Leaf House, this tiny house is located in Yukon, Canada. It’s the second structure of this kind that the architects build so they named it Version.2. It has a total of about 215 square feet of living space and it’s a wheels house. Inside you can find a full kitchen, a full bathroom, a dining area and a sleeping area. The house is insulated and was built with cedar siding, a composting toilet, tankless water heating and triple-pane windows.{found on jetsongreen}.

Above the kitchen and toilet is a sleeping loft with double bed. Access is gained by a ladder made from salvaged walnut. The materials throughout this home look high-quality and include herringbone hardwood floor, quartz countertops, and a brass chandelier.

The Pacific Harmony’s porch includes two chairs and a small table (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

The Pacific Harmony’s finish looks excellent, including this herringbone hardwood floor (Credit: Handcrafted Movement)

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