The Toybox Tiny Home is a marvelously playful little dwelling, created by Frank Henderson and Paul Schultz. Not only does this tiny home look fun from the outside, but its design and construction were meticulously carried out in order to make maximum use of the space within.
The interior layout includes a surprisingly spacious living space and eight storage cubes that can be rearranged to form a couch, individual seats or a spare bed, depending on the need. The home is designed to promote natural ventilation, while efficient LED lighting and grey water recycling makes this a model of sustainability.
While a lot of the tiny homes out there look remarkably dull and uninviting, the Toybox Tiny Home's playful touch shows that small living doesn't have to mean compromising on personality and appearance.
The Toybox Tiny Home
Rahul Kalvapalle — June 12, 2015 — Art & Design
References: toyboxtinyhome & gizmag