Jumpstart Your Day: This Home has Moving Doors and An Open-Air Shower
Inspired by a Japanese home, this tiny abode gets closer to nature
With 40sqm to work with, the owners of this home wanted an airy space with plenty of natural light. With the help of Miguel Angel of Miel Architects, they were able to transform the space into their dream haven. What we love most about this tiny abode? The indoor/outdoor shower that allows the occupants to shower in the rain without leaving the house! To maximize the available space, they took inspiration from the Japanese shoji panels (panels with translucent paper) and created moving doors that divide the home into different functional spaces. Watch the video and be inspired. (Source: faircompanies.com)
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