When we talk about nomadic house and mini houses, almost always comes to mind the image of a structure mounted on a platform or a trailer that can be attached to a car and move. Of course we have seen interesting and innovative alternatives that have taken advantage of the trend of mini spaces to create very small houses that offer us all the comfort of any other structure.
To give a twist to the typical style of mini houses, the German studio Studio Aisslinger, by designer Werner Aisslinger, created a really interesting structure to which he named it Loftcube. It is a square structure mounted on supports that raise it from the ground level. The cubic format reminds us of that seventies modernism which gives it a vintage look despite being a very innovative idea.
Loftcube offers an initial surface of 34 square meters without internal walls which reminds us of the very concept of the loft, hence its name. It is a prefabricated construction that is delivered and installed on any land ready to receive such structures. The four walls, remember that it is a cube, have a large part of windows which provides a generous amount of natural light.
The immediate result is the impression of space and spaciousness. The two conditions are combined to achieve this effect, that is to say a lot of natural light and few walls. The interior adaptation is very basic and the separation of the most personal spaces such as the bedroom and the bathroom is achieved by means of panels that are not very invasive. The interior design is of course totally modern and clearly functional. Spaces to store personal effects, removable panels to take advantage of every corner and a permanent circulation of light and air that I personally love.
This mini-house concept called Loftcube also has the particularity of existing in several models and sizes. Yes the 34 square meter version has a cost of just over 100 thousand euros, we can find other larger models. For 119 thousand euros you can have a loftcube of 44 square meters and so on until you reach a house that no longer has any mini 120 meters on two levels for 290 thousand euros. A house pimp for anyone who wants something different.
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