Micro Compact Home

Not to be confused with a two-person contemporary outhouse, the “m-ch” is actually a single-person home designed for the most ultra-minimalist (and ultra-tiny) home owner.

Its inventor, Prof. Richard Horden, wrote:

The micro compact home [m-ch] is a lightweight compact dwelling for one or two people. Its compact dimensions of 2.6m cube adapt it to a variety of sites and circumstances, and its functioning spaces of sleeping, working / dining, cooking and hygiene make it suitable for everyday use.

Don’t make the mistake in thinking the price is tiny though – one of these ultra-modern dwellings will set you back about EUR 25,000 ~ 34,000 each.

Wait, don’t they already have these in the U.S.? I believe these were marketed in Louisiana and were called “FEMA trailers”, and since they were government issue, I’m sure the price was double.

[Via Neatorama]

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