This is without a doubt the smallest house on the planet. There is simply nowhere less. The area of the house, created by the German architect Van Bo Le-Menzel, is only one “square”. To get enough sleep, you have to flip it horizontally. Conveniently, the house has wheels and fits into the lift and trunk of a car. Of course, this structure cannot be called a full-fledged house, but as an example of minimalism, the structure serves well.
The smallest house in the United Kingdom. This is a “fishing house” with dimensions of 1.8 by 3.05 m. The ground floor was occupied by a place for cooking, a water tank and a bunker with coal. The second floor is reserved for a living room. It’s amazing that in the 19th century, a family of eight was placed in the house! Already in 1900, a museum was created in the building.
This is one example of how you can squeeze a tiny private house between taller buildings in an urban setting. This house is located in the Austrian Salzburg. A romantic story says that the house was built by a resourceful young man in love who did not have enough funds for the housing his girlfriend needed..
Tokyo. The Japanese have to come up with a variety of options to use every piece of land. This minimalist house has an unusual modern shape, it even managed to allocate a parking space for a car..
Toronto, Canada. Despite the area of only 28 m2 with a width of two meters and a length of 14 m, this house has everything that is required for a comfortable stay, including a bathroom, a living room, a bedroom, a compact but quite functional kitchen.
Tokyo again. The house is unusual in that it is built on a triangular plot and follows its shape. On an area of 29 “squares” it was possible to place not only a kitchen and a living room, but also two bedrooms, a nursery and even a garage. The house is residential, it is occupied by a family of three.
A vivid example of how an unusual house can be built in an unusual place for a construction site. A very picturesque coast in Canada has become the site of the construction of a small but very interesting house, which has very modern forms.
House container in Portugal. The use of rail and sea containers for the transport of goods as a residential building is not new. Remember the trailers familiar to many Russians at their dachas. Conveniently, you don’t actually need to build anything – just provide a site for the container, which is converted into a cozy private house.
And here you can clearly see what the layout of a container house can be. The warm climate made it possible to make separate exits from each room – shower room, kitchen, bedroom, dressing room. And it was decided to move the living room to fresh air..
Germany. The house looks like a dollhouse, but there is also a sleeping place, a dining area, and where to work with a laptop. The wooden structure is easy to move by installing on the site and giving it to the children for use. However, adults will also want to retire to such a picturesque and unexpectedly comfortable home..
The area of this house in San Francisco is only 33.7 m22, but it was sold for 550 thousand dollars! The house is cozy, there is everything for a comfortable stay, the interior is designed in a modern style. The house is literally squeezed between solid neighboring buildings, has a small ennobled courtyard.
A wooden house with very modern architecture in California. It is noteworthy that this is a house on a massive tree, but it cannot be called a children’s version, adults actively use it, providing themselves with maximum comfort..
Two-storey house in the forest. Great cottage in a quiet corner, built at a small cost. The maximum glazing area is provided, because you can endlessly admire such beauty around.
And again Tokyo. The owners decided to squeeze the 1.8m wide house between the old buildings. Residential house, furnished, modern, with everything you need for comfort.