This may be the cutest miniature home in the world
After watching this video, you're probably thinking that this must be the tiniest house in the world. Well, you would be wrong.
Introducing, the latest innovation in micro homes. This tiny "pop-up" home is just 33 square feet when closed and 80 square feet when open. To put these figures in layman's terms, this equals out to half the size of a normal parking space. Seems impossible, right?
Well, Polish architecture students Tomasz Zablotny and Paweł Maszota have made the seemingly impossible, possible. The pair designed the micro home, that can be folded up when not in use.
Here's what the outside would look like:
They are calling the project "Small House on Tracks" — which will refurbish transforming an old shipyard in Gdansk, Poland, into a modern community for the city's artist population. There would also be railway lines to support the expanding mobile micro homes.
Take a look at the inside here:
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