It is encouraging to see more and more creative small home designs, full proof that future home owners can dream despite financial borders. Andrew and Gabriella Morrison recently completed the hOMe project, an impressive house on wheels. The unconventional crib has a total surface of 221 square feet (that is about 20,5 square meters), yet includes everything the inhabitants need. Read that a fully equipped kitchen, a 3/4 bath, a bedroom loft and a large-sized staircase with plenty of storage.
If you recall, a while back we published a similar project on Freshome, the ingeniously crafted Tiny House by designer Alek Lisefski. The most interesting aspect of these two dwelling is their portability; just imagine moving your home around the forest, in order to catch the best sun rays. An unusual scenario, but one that inspires freedom, nonetheless. Total cost for this small home built entirely by the Morrisons? $33,000, furniture
Strasbourg School of Architecture by Marc Mimram
Dry-stone walls surround English countryside house by The Manser Practice
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