The aVOID is an impressively designed towable tiny home, designed by Italian innovator Leonardo Di Chiara, that is designed to make it possible for the homeowner to enjoy the reduced expenses of tiny living along with such simple luxuries such as being able to get a suntan on the rooftop terrace.
The terrace, accessible through a window ladder, allows tiny home residents to enjoy a taste of the outdoors without feeling claustrophobic, addressing one of the long-held issues with small dwellings. What's more, the aVOID home manages to pack in a surprising number of furniture pieces, most of which are embedded into the walls but can be easily pulled out for use.
By bringing together a minimalist but surprisingly expansive interior, easy outdoor access and a movable frame, this towable tiny home proves that tiny living doesn't have to mean settling for less.
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