The 'tiny house' is fully integrated into its natural environment. The large windows on the south side connect the living area with the covered terrace – and further on the garden.
In the evening, various wooden panels can rotate through 90° or slide closed, so that the continuous space can be divided into separate rooms. The bed becomes a master bedroom, while the concealed shower and sink transform into an en-suite bathroom. This design makes efficient use of space and avoids unused rooms during the day.
We prefabricated the facades and roof of the building in our workshop. Because of its irregular shape, the outer shell of the building was first fully assembled there. It was then disassembled again and transported to the island, where the structure was rebuilt in a very short time. After that, the further finishing of the interior could begin, within the protective shell of the prefab construction.
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