Fincube: a ready-made green house
Fincube is a ready-made green house that can be ordered through the website. If buying a home online is not your plan right now, you can simply be inspired by its successful compact design.
Called Fincube from its creators, this unusually elegant building is a prototype created by the studio of renowned Berlin designer Werner Eisllinger as an example of the ideal “green” mobile home. The main feature is that it can be disassembled and reassembled almost anywhere.
The prototype itself, for example, stands in the most beautiful places of the Italian Alps at an altitude of 1200 meters, but it can be moved and installed almost anywhere in the world: it does not need communications, it is self-sufficient – everything works on solar panels. In addition, it has a small base area, only about 20 sq. m, and the area of ”soil damage” for the output of communications is only 2 square meters. m. That is, it can be placed even in protected areas.
Fincube fully implements the principles of “green” architecture, is organized according to the principle of “smart home” with all vital functions controlled by a central touch screen, which was written about quite a lot by various architectural publications as soon as it appeared. We are interested in Fincube not so much as an example of a correct ecological approach, but as an excellent option for planning a small house, which no one has yet considered carefully, but there is something to be inspired by to create a design for houses of this type and size.
The house is surrounded by glazing on all four sides, and the internal space is organized according to a circular principle: the entrance area goes into a fairly spacious kitchen, combined with the main living space, and around the bend – the entrance to the bedroom and then to the bathroom .
The house is “dressed” in a frame made of horizontal wooden slats, which is designed to protect FINCUBE from too bright sunlight, and the privacy of its inhabitants from prying eyes.
In the drawing, the kitchen and living room are separated by a small wall, but during the implementation the designers decided to abandon it, which resulted in a single large space. House interior design – “eco minimalism”. All surfaces are covered with natural local wood, impeccably finished in the best traditions of Tyrolean carpentry. Most of the furniture and accessories here are made in the characteristic minimalist design of Studio Aisslinger, many of these items are produced industrially. Pay attention to the absence of unnecessary details such as handles or decor that would “crush” the surfaces. Thus, the kitchen remains intact, and therefore it seems especially spacious and large.
From the side of the living room there are no wooden blinds, a semblance of a window, or rather a balcony, is formed here, and instead of slats there is a thin bowstring for safety.
The entire design of the house is not only sustainable and durable, but also very practical. An example is the kitchen island, which, like Fincube itself, is mushroom-shaped. Look – this made it possible to combine in one volume a compact and very comfortable dining table for two with comfortable legroom, a stove and a cutting surface, and in the “leg” there are drawers for cutlery.
The living room, in fact, is a walk-through area to the bedroom, but due to the fact that it is combined with the dining room-kitchen, it does not look small or cramped, although, of course, it is more a place for relaxation and reading than a space for receiving guests. However, a folding sofa will also help in the second case – suddenly one of your friends wants to stay in nature.
A very important Fincube feature that can be useful for all small houses: all partitions here are at the same time storage systems with open or closed shelves, cabinets and drawers. Not a centimeter in this compact 47-meter house is wasted.
The same partition – but on the side of the bedroom: here the shelves already play the role of a small library.
Bedroom: the soft head of the bed is slightly pushed into the partition – this is both beautiful (creates an additional play: wood of different textures, soft upholstery), and extremely practical – it allows you to “gain” about 10 cm for the passage between the window and the bed.
This photo shows the structure and logic of the layout of the house, twisting from the hallway to the most private part – the bathroom, which is located behind the bedroom. There are no doors in the house, but there are blackout curtains that can divide the space if necessary.
Between the jalousie shell and the glazing, there is a narrow promenade gallery that allows you to walk around the house and admire the surroundings.
Fincube: a 47 sqm ready-made green house, from https://incredibletinyhouse.com/
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Originally posted 2020-09-02 13:58:55.