It seems fitting more into smaller space is all the rage. We’ve mentioned Gary Cheng – a very talented architect in previous blogs, he designed an apartment, just 30 square metres but features 24 potential spaces.
The Cube Project is the latest creation that reflects a fully livable space crammed into a compact space of just 3x3x3 or 27 cubic metres. The prototype of this tiny home was unveiled at the recent Edinburgh Science Festival in Scotland and attracted a lot of attention indeed.
I’m certain the environment would appreciate us all living in one of these, with the focus on sustainable materials and high efficiency technologies.
What a truly fascinating concept, a livable space in just 27 cubic metres. This idea could be used to solve a number of housing issues that exist all over the world. We are though some way off people accepting such a creation as truly livable. Nonetheless, very innovative.