Tiny Transforming Terraced Cottage That Packs Eight Rooms into 350 Square Feet
I live in Dublin, quiet close to the city centre in a cottage that is roughly a hundred and ten years old. It’s gone through a few renovations in that time, though not as many as I would expect. I want to renovate it.
Photo (c) Australian Design Awards of Atticus & Milo for Huntingtower wining entry way back in 2012. I like the height, drawers (in my mind they’re drawers) and shelves.
Besides, my house is tiny, think small apartment size. So I have been looking into renovating a la Tokyo or Dutch style. Am not a fan of Dutch tiny hotel rooms, though like their ability to not go conventional but to go practical in design. This Bauhaus peut-être thinking is even evident in Ireland, my bro has an apartment in a converted convent complex that Dutch city planners decided to copy cm by cm.
The bonus about a house versus an apartment renovation is I can play with height. I plan on excavating downwards.
The vimeo below is super exciting, love his use of the two hidden single beds, the wc/ shower, but mostly am excited about how he got it off the ground. He ran a crowdsouce competition on designing the apartment, won by two Romanian students.
Exciting times ahead!
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