Micro living at its smallest. The tiny 7.3m2 space is enclosed within a surrounding courtyard. From the entrance you weave around it’s narrow walkway to be greeted by a private open space. The interiors has all the amenities required, cleverly integrated into the kitchen and bathroom joinery. The large sliding doors allow the two spaces to interconnect and become a spacious indoor/outdoor space. One could imagine lying on the small patch of grass, gazing at the open sky above - away from the rest of the world.
Architects/Designers: Atelier Kaiser Shen
Project: Micro Courtyard House
Location: Ludwigsburg, Germany
Photography: Nicolai Rapp
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