Minim Tiny Studio Step into your backyard for this off-grid tiny home.
There’s nothing particularly groundbreaking, radical, or inventive about the Minim Tiny Studio, but that doesn’t make it any less awesome. In fact, it’s full of awesome. A traditional architectural geometry is reduced to it’s simplest formal elements, wrapped cleanly in a single material, and expressed with soft interiors and plenty of natural light. Foundry Architects showed insatiable restraint and a knack for elegance in this tiny backyard dwelling.
The design manages to fit an astounding amount of functional space and storage opportunity without feeling overcrowded or claustrophobic. Thanks in part to large glazed openings and a bright interior palate, the small space opens up in ways that can’t be defined by a square footage number.
In addition to being aesthetically beautiful, it’s environmentally sensitive as well. SIP panels were used as the structural shell, providing integrated closed cell insulation for a bomb-proof exterior shell. Solar panels on the roof are properly oriented and provide the studio with all electricity needs.
The home features a full kitchen and bath, a pull out bed, an office nook and a central living space. It’s a prime example of what’s possible in your very own backyard.
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