How can tiny houses reach the society? How to solve the contradiction which links tiny houses to an high construction costs for sqm? What could be the balance between standardization and customisation?
aVOID project involved companies, private homebuilders, carpenters, architects and designers to collect ideas which address to the topic of tiny house optimization. Taking inspiration from Bauhaus, which aimed at bringing to the society high quality design pieces combining art and industry, Leonardo Di Chiara put together a wide group of stakeholders to develop a cost reduction process to create the highest quality and more affordable tiny house on the market. Learn how to get involved in this process: click here.
“Every single element inside aVOID was designed and manufactured as a unique piece for my tiny house. The foldable mattress, the safety windows, the reclinable sink and even the trailer where the iron frame perfectly combines with the upper wooden frame of the house were developed with an artisanal method. This accurate customization, which make aVOID a very special living space, had as a result a very high cost for all the construction process of the prototype, calculated around 70 000 €. I am now ready to offer a more affordable product to the market thanks to an optimization process developed together with my partners” – Leonardo Di Chiara