Tiny homes – that’s homes less than 400 sq ft / 38 sqm in size – are winning hearts and minds across the world right now. There are a number of reasons for this trend, different for each country or culture. In some places, people are looking to downsize and simplify their lives, in others, looking to bring families to live closer in a safe way, and in some places, tiny homes are used as summer cottages or for getaways. On the practical side: the regulations for installing a tiny home are becoming increasingly relaxed in many countries.
Tiny homes might be truly pocket-size, but they still have everything you can expect from a home: a living room, a bathroom, kitchen and a sleeping area. The best tiny homes are true architectural gems, making the best use of the space available through smart, creative design. High quality materials are important too.
Thus it is only natural, with this trend sweeping the world, that Kodasema could not resist the temptation to ask our architects and designers to go as tiny as possible. KODA Loft Micro comes with a kitchenette, a shower room, storage space, a separate sleeping area and a lounge area – all with under 20 sqm. Plus, Kodasema’s renown triple-glazed facade makes this micro version of KODA suitable for any weather and season. Optional large side windows can be integrated for transparency.
KODA Loft Micro can fit easily in your backyard, as an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), granny flat, in-law unit, backyard cottage, home office, secondary unit or something else entirely – and it can be easily converted or moved, once your spatial needs change. No matter the purpose or title, ADUs are an innovative, affordable, effective option for adding much-needed square feet quickly. Or if you are looking for large scale development: KODA Loft Micro also adapts well for business-oriented urban infill development projects.
Many people who love tiny homes are fierce advocates of the tiny home movement. One of the best parts of a smaller living space? Less cleaning! What else makes smaller tiny homes great?