The Mini House 2.0 by Jonas Wagell is Compactly Contemporary

 - Sep 7, 2012
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The rise of prefabricated homes has yielded more and more designs worthy of praise, including the Mini House 2.0. What at first was embraced as an eco-friendly and cost-effective way of providing shelter around the world easily and conveniently has now turned into something with a life of its own. Conceived a few years ago by Swedish architect Jonas Wagell as a weekend retreat or guesthouse, the Mini House 2.0 has since been born.

Created in collaboration with Sommarnöjen, each Mini House 2.0 ranges from 15 to 70 square meters and comes outfitted with fully customizable prefab interiors. Like a cozy bachelor, the house appears to boast an open floor plan with a washroom. It comes complete with a sheltered porch.