The 'HIVEHAUS' is a Modular House That's Compact and Practical

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Nov 10, 2013 • References: hivehaus and design-milk
Designed by Barry Jackson, the 'HIVEHAUS' is a modular house that's ultra compact and inspired by hexagonal honeycomb structures made by honeybees. This house is embedded with hexagonal modules and cells that are identical in size and can be joined together at any time to any of the six sides.

This hive-like home measures 100 square feet of internal space and can be used as a designated work or living space. You can use it as an addition to your home as a modern man-cave, a lounge cell or external kitchen because it comes with partition walls that can be added or removed based on your needs. This house enables you to build any kind of space you desire, integrating more air or more coziness depending on how you divide the walls.