This 97-square-foot tiny home on wheels has all of its furniture stored in the walls to save space — see inside the $45,000 minimalist aVOID

The aVOID Tiny Home.
The aVOID Tiny Home.

Leonardo Di Chiara

  • Architect and engineer Leonardo Di Chiara created the minimalist approximately 97-square aVOID Tiny House.

  • The 97-square foot home’s main furniture pieces are built into the walls, creating a minimalist and open space when the furniture isn’t in use.

  • Despite its title as the smallest tiny home ever built in Italy, according to its maker, aVOID has all of the same amenities as a traditional home, including a bathroom, kitchen, and a sleeping and dining space.

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Architect and engineer Leonardo Di Chiara created a minimalist approximately 97-square foot home on wheels named aVOID Tiny House.

The goal of the award-winning aVOID tiny home was to create a lifestyle centered around minimalism and sustainability, while also serving as a potential gateway into the idea of “migratory neighborhoods” in Europe. The latter, if applied to aVOID, would

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This $90,000 egg-shaped tiny home is powered by wind and solar energy and collects and filters its own water supply — see inside

Ecocapsule.
Ecocapsule.

Ecocapsule

  • Ecocapsule creates eponymous wind, battery, and solar powered tiny homes that can be placed on a trailer base for $89,632.

  • The tiny home can accommodate up to two people with its kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, and dining room.

  • The homes are built in Slovakia but can be shipped worldwide.

  • Ecocapsule was designed to be environmentally friendly and won’t leave a carbon footprint while in use, according to its makers.

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Ecocapsule creates off-grid capable, wind and solar-powered tiny homes that can be placed on a trailer base for almost $90,000.

The tiny home was first designed by Nice Architects for a 2008 architecture and design competition. While the Ecocapsule didn’t win, the build was selected as one of the most interesting designs in the competition by inhabitat.com, and its makers received enough positive feedback to encourage them to build the unit.

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