Leonardo Di Chiara, a 27-year-old Italian architect and engineer, designed and built aVOID, a 97-square-foot modern micro-home. A single empty room transforms into a multifunctional space by opening panels along the walls.
Leonardo wanted a tiny house more suited for an urban environment, so his design is similar to a row house with the windows in the front and back. Inside, the grey room turns into warm wooden textures as you open more spaces.
aVOID has all the features of home, including a murphy bed, dining table with chairs, a kitchenette with small refrigerator, cooktop, and sink, and a bathroom with shower and composting toilet. There’s even a roof deck with ladder access.
Fortunately there is a great video tour of aVOID, which is appropriately named “How would a Swiss Army knife look if it were a tiny house.” You can also view more information about aVOID on Leonardo Di Chiara’s website.
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