A cozy 9m² home !
These days, the ideas of designing tiny houses and reusing materials thrill the minds of many people, and the compact boiler house that our article talks about embodies both of them.
Today we are talking about a tiny extension, which is almost 100 years old and has a surface of only 9 m². The talented architect Christie Azevedo from San Francisco turned it into a cozy home with a trendy loft-style interior.
She developed a project to transform an old unused boiler room, and upon completion of all the work, this ultra-compact structure became a pretty guest house.
Keys of the success
Considering that the extension itself occupies a very small area, it was important to use the vertical space as efficiently as possible, for which the designer made a second level superstructure.
On the ground floor there is a living room, which also serves as a dining room. Its interior is made up of a sofa and a folding table. It is used during meals and is stored under the stairs the rest of the time. It also has a surprisingly comfortable and functional kitchen.
A ship-type staircase leads to the mezzanine level, from where there is access to a tiny bathroom and a wardrobe with sliding doors. There is a full double bed at the opposite.
This property was designed as a guest house, but feels more comfortable and attractive than many of the much larger apartments due to its smart design, high ceilings and luminosity.
What do you think about it? Could you make this tiny structure your home?
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Originally posted 2020-07-21 14:42:17.