5. tiny living

The empty room allows different functions of the space. The reclinable bed also works as a sofa which becomes a bench if used in correlation with the foldable table.

Leonardo Di Chiara is hosting his friends from Ambivalenz for lunch inside aVOID tiny house. © Tinyhouse University
Leonardo Di Chiara is hosting his friends from Ambivalenz for lunch inside aVOID tiny house. © Tinyhouse University

The initial aseptic conformation is characterised by the prevalence of the longitudinal dimension of the interior space. This corridor-like image wants to represent the temporariness of the living conditions with a constant reminder of the migratory movement which characterises a “tiny house” on wheels. The activation of the different functional devices, like the double-side table, works instead in the opposite direction: the room expands horizontally and the natural wooden material gives a sense of relaxation in contrast with the anxiety of the initial condition.

The “void” space where emerges the contrast between the indeterminateness of the grey empty room and the domestic feeling of the warm wooden texture. © Leonardo Di Chiara
The “void” space where emerges the contrast between the indeterminateness of the grey empty room and the domestic feeling of the warm wooden texture. © Leonardo Di Chiara

 

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