Studio di Architettura Daniele Menichini's 'GREEN ZERO' is a modular housing unit that is happy just about anywhere you place it—on a beach, the forest or even your own backyard. The tiny housing unit looks small from the outside, but a quick peek into the interior of the space reveals that there's ample room for two or more. The space is equipped with a bathroom and bedroom, which is surprisingly spacious.
In addition to a cozy living space, the GREEN ZERO home also has other great spaces for lounging, including a deck and a patio on the exterior. Inside the bedroom, the shapes from the colorful tree-inspired mural are mimicked outside on the posts that prop up the overhang.
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