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144-Square-Foot Tiny House Rotates On Its Base To Optimize Natural Lighting
By Yoon Sann Wong, 17 May 2016
PATH Architecture has created a 144-square-foot tiny house based in Portland that can be manually rotated to soak in as much sunlight as possible.
The ‘359’ residence, named after its ability to turn only 359 degrees to avoid entanglement of water and electricity connections, is convenient enough to be rotated even by children. The design keeps the home cooler in summer and warmer in winter.
The house boasts a high ceiling to make it feel more spacious and includes living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom loft on the second floor.
See how it works in the video below.
[via Inhabitat and Tree Hugger, video via PATH Architecture, images by PATH Architecture via Inhabitat]
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