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Minimalist 160-Square-Foot Tiny Home Is A Cozy Escape From Hectic City Life
By Yoon Sann Wong, 31 Dec 2015
Harvard student startup Getaway has launched its third rental micro-home ‘Clara’ following its previous projects ‘Lorraine’ and ‘Ovida’.
The 160-square-foot abode, designed by Wyatt Komarin, Addison Godine and Rachel Moranis, is located two hours north of Boston, nestled in a beautiful wooded landscape.
For US$99 night, visitors can rent a stay and trial tiny house living. ‘Clara’ sleeps up to four persons and is equipped with a heater, a two-burner kitchen stove, shower, electric toilet, sink, cooler, utensils, cooking equipment, a twin-sized bunk as well as a twin-sized sleeping pad.
In contrast to the structure’s dark façade that helps it blend with its surroundings, the house’s interior takes on a bright, clean and simple vibe with untreated wood. Windows of varying sizes scattered throughout the house welcomes natural light into its interiors.
View images of ‘Clara’ below.
For more tiny home inspiration, browse this ultra minimalistic mobile house that makes for a serenely beautiful abode, this stylish 20-square-foot residence that looks like it popped out from an IKEA catalog, as well as this modest 192-square-foot eco build that hides an open deck and glass wall.
[via Inhabitat, images by Bearwalk and Kataram Studios via Getaway]
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