The Cube Project describes itself as “a compact home, no bigger than 3x3x3 meters on the inside, in which one person could live a comfortable, modern existence with a minimum impact on the environment.”
The “home” was designed and developed by Dr. Mike Page as a project of the University of Hertfordshire.
No there is no typo here, Dereck Diedricksen is actually selling Gypsy Junker, a 24 square-foot tiny house he has made out of shipping pallets, castoff storm windows and a neighbor’s discarded kitchen cabinets!
The owner builds tiny houses from scavenged materials in his backyard as a hobby and is currently experiencing his fifteen minutes of fame after the New York Times published some photos of his work.
Box/Box is a pied-à-terre apartment for Snarkitecture partner Daniel Arsham.
Located in Brooklyn, New York, this 90 square foot private hideaway is contained within a larger collaborative workspace.
According to the architect, Box/Box was conceived as “an accelerated design/build experiment and was completed within a two-month period at a cost of less than $100 per square foot.