It's no secret that many consumers are beginning to live in smaller spaces that focus on efficiency and a debt-free lifestyle, so the 'aVOID' mobile tiny house has been designed to show off a new option.
Designed and build by Italy based engineer and architect Leonardo Di Chiara, the home is on display at the Bauhau-Archiv/Museum of Design and identifies what can be done with just nine square meters of living space.
The home features a bedroom, bathroom and kitchen area that are all conveniently tucked into the unit, while a series of foldable wall panels allow inhabitants to make adjustments throughout the day.
The 'aVOID' mobile tiny house puts a focus on efficiency and identifies the inherent promise of small housing solutions as consumers seek to favor mobility and freedom from their housing.
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