As you are probably aware, Europe has faced a challenge over the past few years in the form of an influx of immigrants. While these refugees come to countries in Europe hoping for a better life, what they often find is a lack of support. They may struggle to earn a living, receive healthcare, and find a place to stay.
Tiny houses may offer a solution to at least one aspect of this problem. That is why one company called Tiny House Belgium has set out specifically to build a tiny house which could serve as an affordable, comfortable, private residence for refugees in need.
The house is located in a private garden in Maldegem. It is a prototype, hopefully the first of many tiny refugee homes.
The interior of the house is basic but beautiful, featuring neutral wood tones. There is lots of storage located underneath the stairs that go up to the loft.
The loft itself is spacious enough to fit a large bed or futon.
This downstairs view shows off the ample counter space, a small table and chairs, and a cozy window seat.
There is a large sink with a high faucet.
Check out all that cabinet space in the kitchen! Sometimes the simplest, most straightforward storage solutions actually work the best.
As temporary residences go, this certainly looks like one of the more comfortable and appealing ones I have seen. Would you like to learn more? Go ahead and swing by Tiny House Belgium to check out more photos of the Refugee Tiny House as well as the company’s other impressive projects.