Italian architect and engineer Leonardo Di Chiara recently designed and built a prototype of a micro tiny home, which is seriously small yet still wonderfully functional.Â The so-called aVOID tiny house measures just 96 sq ft (9 sq) and is easily towable. Â Given its diminutive size, it also presents some unique downsizing solutions.
The home rests atop a double-axle trailer and has a wooden frame, metal cladding, and plenty of glazing. The interior is comprised of a single room and a bathroom. To make the most of the available space, most of the furniture is hidden inside the walls. The home features a Murphy-style single bed, which can be pulled down when needed, and stored away during the day. It can also be turned into a double bed. The dining table also features a pull down design and can easily be stowed away when not needed.Â There is also a small, but functional kitchenette, which features a sink, a two-burner induction stove, and some shelving for storage. […]