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BURNT ALMOND / Tiny House Norway / Humble Design Collective
Emily Axtell Himber, Cibele Guimarães, Adam Gerard Wojcik
Ground footprint: 7.6m2
Total internal area: 37m2
Our tiny home takes us to the fjords of Norway, nestled among the spruces, pines and rocky escarpments. We find the perfect escape for easy living within a small footprint. Spaces are wisely arranged to combine multiple functions, movement, storage, and flexibility. This tiny home is an ideal getaway for young nature-lovers, families and even city dwellers.
This tiny home is organised across two storeys allowing for a compact footprint with maximum views of forest and fjord.
It is arranged so that the “messy” spaces are located on the ground floor. The entryway is a useful mudroom to comfortably remove muddy shoes after hikes. Sufficient storage space is tucked away under the staircase. The bathroom and laundry are adjacent to the mudroom for easy cleaning access.
The liveliest spaces are reserved for the upper level. The kitchen, dining and lounge area spill out onto the balcony for a greater connection to the surrounding landscape.
While most tiny homes aim to consolidate spaces into one single living area, we thought it was worthwhile for residents to be able to have personal space. The kitchen and lounge areas are separated from the more intimate study and loft bedroom spaces. This makes it possible for couples to work remotely without disturbing one another, and create separate sleeping areas for parents, children and even guests.
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