German designers have proven that roof space can also be used for living - the compact LoftCube portable home is well suited for this purpose.
LoftCube is a small prefab house designed by the designers from the German agency Studio Aisslinger. The area of the room is only 39 m².
Due to its flexible design and small size, the LoftCube can be installed on completely different surfaces - for example, on the roof of a building or on the beach.
Most of the construction work for assembling the LoftCube can be done in the factory, and then the almost finished home can be taken to the desired location in a truck or helicopter. This design allows you to significantly minimize the damage to the environment during the construction of conventional buildings.
The interior of the loft features a light, modern interior with vibrant green details that symbolize the sustainability of the building. If desired, hosts can combine multiple LoftCubes to create a more spacious home.
The loft has an open plan, but the interior of the room can be altered to suit the needs of the owners. A low wooden TV unit, which also houses storage shelves, separates the living area from the bedroom.
The glossy floors in the rooms reflect the natural light from the windows, making the interior feel light and airy.
It takes 5-7 days on average to build a LoftCube. The developers are confident that, thanks to the simple yet luxurious design, the house can be used for completely different purposes - both for ordinary living, and, for example, as a bar or lounge on the roof of a hotel or as an unusual terrace in a greenhouse.
Photos and information from the site humble-homes.com