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Tiny Casa Kolonihagen Pops Out a Bedroom

Posted on 12 December, 2017
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What you see is what you get in this teeny house  by Tommie Wilhelmsen.

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The compact cabin is in Stavanger, Norway.

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A glance through the big window as you approach reveals the main space is a living room.

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Popped out next to the big window is a high-up sleeping alcove, accessed via a small stepladder.

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Once up there, the space is just right, reduced to the basic need for sleep.

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An intriguing gap in the darkest shadows offers a view through to other neighbouring houses.

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As you enter through this central gap, you turn left into the space.

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Cosy conversational seating in the living room is built into another alcove but is low to the ground.

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The space of the sleeping alcove appears to expand the small living room, even as it is separate.

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By contrast with the pristine white interior, the exterior is richly stained panelling and plywood.

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At the far end of the cabin is a bench-style “kitchen” of sorts.

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This rudimentary workspace is intended just to wash glasses and to prepare fruit from the garden.

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The cabin in the garden provides a place to host friends.

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The garden cabin is designed to accommodate a guest – but also to serve as a base where friends can gather.




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 architecture

What you see is what you get in this teeny house  by Tommie Wilhelmsen.

 architecture

The compact cabin is in Stavanger, Norway.

 architecture

A glance through the big window as you approach reveals the main space is a living room.

 architecture

Popped out next to the big window is a high-up sleeping alcove, accessed via a small stepladder.

 architecture

Once up there, the space is just right, reduced to the basic need for sleep.

 architecture

An intriguing gap in the darkest shadows offers a view through to other neighbouring houses.

 architecture

As you enter through this central gap, you turn left into the space.

 architecture

Cosy conversational seating in the living room is built into another alcove but is low to the ground.

 architecture

The space of the sleeping alcove appears to expand the small living room, even as it is separate.

 architecture

By contrast with the pristine white interior, the exterior is richly stained panelling and plywood.

 architecture

At the far end of the cabin is a bench-style “kitchen” of sorts.

 architecture

This rudimentary workspace is intended just to wash glasses and to prepare fruit from the garden.

 architecture

The cabin in the garden provides a place to host friends.

 architecture

The garden cabin is designed to accommodate a guest – but also to serve as a base where friends can gather.

  • Tweet

 architecture

What you see is what you get in this teeny house  by Tommie Wilhelmsen.

 architecture

The compact cabin is in Stavanger, Norway.

 architecture

A glance through the big window as you approach reveals the main space is a living room.

 architecture

Popped out next to the big window is a high-up sleeping alcove, accessed via a small stepladder.

 architecture

Once up there, the space is just right, reduced to the basic need for sleep.

 architecture

An intriguing gap in the darkest shadows offers a view through to other neighbouring houses.

 architecture

As you enter through this central gap, you turn left into the space.

 architecture

Cosy conversational seating in the living room is built into another alcove but is low to the ground.

 architecture

The space of the sleeping alcove appears to expand the small living room, even as it is separate.

 architecture

By contrast with the pristine white interior, the exterior is richly stained panelling and plywood.

 architecture

At the far end of the cabin is a bench-style “kitchen” of sorts.

 architecture

This rudimentary workspace is intended just to wash glasses and to prepare fruit from the garden.

 architecture

The cabin in the garden provides a place to host friends.

 architecture

The garden cabin is designed to accommodate a guest – but also to serve as a base where friends can gather.

Tiny Casa Kolonihagen Pops Out A Bedroom

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