The Ostara Tiny Home Takes Design Cues From Equine Architecture

 - Jun 28, 2017
References: tinyhouse-baluchon.fr & newatlas
The Ostara tiny home is the latest offering from French architecture firm Baluchon, and is a dwelling that is inspired by the French countryside, to the point that its name is borrowed from a nearby stable.

There's no horsing around with this tiny home's design and amenities however, as it offers everything from a shower and composting toilet to a surprisingly spacious living room, kitchenette and LED lighting. What's more, the home features a sleeping loft propped up by a storage-integrated staircase, which both lends a cozy appearance to the dwelling while also enabling easy organization in the compact 6-meter long home.

In a small living market that is becoming increasingly high-tech and luxurious, the Ostara tiny home effectively goes back to the basics by using intelligent design and earthy aesthetics to provide a living space that blends in seamlessly with its surroundings.