If you enjoy minimalist design and are looking for a tiny house which is fast and easy to assemble, it is hard to beat the MIMA House by MIMA Housing. This prefabricated house can be reconfigured by two people working on their own thanks to a clever design with lightweight removable interior wall panels.
In fact, this design received the Building of the Year 2011 award from Archdaily.
The walls of the home are supported by corner posts, and are essentially all windows.
Tracks are integrated into the floor and ceiling which assist with dividing the interior space. The interior walls snap into the tracks, and can be moved or removed with ease, adjusting the size of the rooms. Homeowners can choose from finish panels in a variety of colors for the interior walls as well as the exterior windows (they can be added around the outside for privacy).
With numerous customization options available, each MIMA House can be entirely unique.
Indeed, one house can itself regularly be transformed to accommodate the changing tastes or needs of its owners.
The glass façade maximizes ventilation. Electricity is located in a central core wall, and the home can be enhanced with solar panels, AC, radiant floor heating, and other features for environmental control.
When purchasing the MIMA House, you can either buy it as an open space, or you can opt for a kitchen, bathroom, doors, downlights, wardrobe, boiler and kitchen pre-installed.
It is easy to see why the MIMA House has won such a prominent award. Its design truly is a brilliant one, maximizing customization and control in a simple flexible module which can easily be assembled or reconfigured. Visit MIMA Housing to learn more about the MIMA House as well as the firm’s other amazing tiny house creations!