When it was created in 1919, the Bauhaus aimed to be a “Faculty of Constructing”, exploring dwellings, life & artwork: Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive continues on this spirit with occasions just like the Tinyhouse College.
Famend for his one-square-meter home, German architect Van Bo Le-Mentzel continued his tiny home experimentation by launching a utopian village on the grounds of Berlin’s Bauhaus Archive. With permission from the design museum to make the most of briefly their backyard, residents can park, and dwell in, houses right here no greater than 10 sq. meters, so long as they supply a mattress for “an individual in want” (e.g. refugees, homeless).
The “Tinyhouse College” is each a design/construct college and a hands-on dwelling experiment, together with Le-Mentzel’s 100-euro-house, Cafe Fundamental Revenue, Leonardo Di Chiara’s reworking Keep away from, Jan Korbes transformed silo shelter, “swap physique” housing (Retreat which inserts on commonplace freight container system) the Holy Meals Home (with connected tiny backyard and open-source showerloop offering an “infinite bathe”).
Tinyhouse College Bauhaus campus: http://bauhauscampus.org/
Holy Meals Home: https://www.holyfoodshouse.com/
Retreat tiny home: https://www.habitat-wechselbruecken.de/retiny/
Keep away from tiny home: https://faircompanies.com/movies/tiny-home-triggers-rooms-and-furniture-from-walls-as-required/
Unique story: https://faircompanies.com/movies/bauhaus-to-tiny-haus-rethinking-homes-in-modernist-berlin/