Two Dutch architects have managed to wedge nearly everything you need to live comfortably into a small wooden structure the size of a walk-in closet.
More often than not, when people think of small living expertise, what come into their minds are submarine engineers, tiny house enthusiast, or NASA. They rarely think of hotel designers the likes of these two Dutch architects.
They have managed to wedge nearly everything you would need to live comfortably into a small wooden structure the size of a walk-in closet.
Already there are 270 rooms at Amsterdam’s new Volk hotel that you can choose from. Nine of them are specially designed as one-offs by designers and architects chosen for the task.
One of the newest structures is this structure by the Dutch architects Jasper Eustace and Jos Blom.
They managed to pack all of the necessities of a standard hotel room into a small wood-cased space in order to leave more space.
Inside the structure, the architects have built what looks like a cross between a pod hotel from hell and a non-Euclidean walk-in closet.
It is more like a jigsaw puzzle of parts that are packed together in the most efficient way possible.
On one side there a standing a mirror, a toilet pod and a standing shower, while on the other side theirs is a full bed.
There structure also has a set of narrow stairs leading up to the second floor where you will find a full-sized bathtub and a succulent garden.