IM Interior turns a garage in Lithuania into a functional, welcoming and minimalist tiny home. The structure is located on a corner, "located in the medieval old town of the [...] capital." The compact dwelling is meant for a single-occupant, it boasts 21 square meters area-wise and is intended to showcase "how little a person needs."
Going against materialistic currents, IM Interior's micro house is quite adorable. The aesthetic is raw, attention-captivating and maintains an aged look as the design firm clads the structure in Corten steel — a weathered material with a rich presence. The inside, however, juxtaposes itself with the atmosphere that the exterior communicates. The minimalist tiny home features a homey, contemporary interior that is cozy and inviting. Narrow picture windows connect the inside with the outside environment.