Salt & Water Architecture and Yacht Design is a Serbian design team which takes on a variety of projects in residential and commercial construction with a special focus on yachts and aircrafts. They have a few cool tiny projects in their portfolio, one of which is the Foldable Tiny House.
This prefabricated tiny house measures a mere 20 square meters, and can fit just about anywhere.
Wondering what makes the tiny house “foldable?” Let’s find out …
Here you can see that the house is quite literally foldable.
If need be, the entire porch can be collapsed against the side.
When it is open, it appears to double the floor space of the home—though of course the added space is all outdoors.
Let’s see what it is like inside the Foldable Tiny House.
This room serves as living and dining room and also as a kitchen and bedroom. As many natural materials possible have been incorporated into the design, the principle one being wood.
Check out the cool minimalist table and chairs in the kitchen. They are so thin that they appear from this angle to hardly be present at all. They leave almost all the space open, even though they provide all the room you could possibly need to sit and eat in comfort. They remind me of the concept “matter is mostly empty space.”
About the only thing I find illogical about this interior is the placement of the TV, but that would be easily remedied—there is plenty of open wall space which could be used instead.
This is a great tiny house design from Salt & Water. It is simple, elegant and adaptable, and would be awesome for full-time living or for use as a backyard shed. If you would like to learn more about the Foldable Tiny House and Salt & Water’s other designs, visit the firm here.