When Invisible Studio set out to design the “Visible Studio,” they took on a challenge. They enlisted friends and neighbors to do all the construction on the tiny studio, and stipulated that only those who had zero building experience could participate. Their goal? To come up with a system for construction which would be easy for those with no building skills or experience to learn.
One unique decision the design team made was to allow the builders to make “mistakes.” These mistakes would be incorporated into the design in an improvisational manner, thus freeing the team of the “tyranny of predetermined design.”
This is an awesome project because a lot of people who build tiny houses go into the process with little or no experience. The building methods devised by Invisible Studio could help tiny house builders everywhere in the future to tackle their projects with confidence, and even make the best of their errors.
The wood used in the studio’s construction is directly from the surrounding forest. The team took pains to keep costs as low as possible, and embraced a flexible approach to design based on time and materials constraints.
The walls of the building in many ways are windows, which lets lots of light through. Even so, there is a reasonable degree of privacy.
This panoramic view shows you the entire living area. There is a workspace on the left for projects, and on the right, there is comfortable seating and even a small table which could be used for dining.
Since the studio is elevated, there is some storage underneath.
All that natural light would be perfect for working on projects.
The views of the trees out the windows are phenomenal.
All lit up inside in the evening, the studio looks amazing.
If you liked checking out this innovative and empowering tiny design project, I highly recommend that you check out its official page over at Invisible Studio. There are a lot more photos you can view there, and you can also read more details on the studio.