Beijing micro-house is built from stackable, Tetris-esque blocks
Photos: Liu Lubin via Designboom
The fiber-reinforced structure uses modular measurements to created a minimal dwelling that combines resting, working, washing and kitchen programming into a single unit. The tectonics are such that the home can be easily assembled by hand and are light enough to be transportable. The basic construction unit fits into a standard sized container so as to ensure that the great majority of the population to have private housing under current Chinese land policy. Interiors use the architectural planes as furniture surfaces and functional envelopes, enabling comfortable sitting, standing and relaxation with the minimum possible area. The brilliant composition of spaces can be clustered or stand individually.
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