Le Atelier Builds Low Budget Tiny Family Home in Leafy Moscow Area

by , 03/05/14

Le Atelier, simple, tiny home, Moscow, Russia, yelow door, tangerine paint, simple design, Architecture, Tiny Homes, Daylighting

The Low Budget Home is located on a tight but high value plot belonging to the customer’s parents. Mainly made from wood, its shape is clean, features a sloped roof and the bright orange door stands out from its surroundings. Built on a budget, the home cost €65,000, which includes all materials and even custom-made furniture.

Related: Heneghan Peng Architects Win Competition to Design Moscow’s New National Center for Contemporary Arts

Le Atelier’s tiny house shelters two adults and two preschool age kids, who play, study and sleep in a naturally lit, spacious double height room. They are responsible for the optical designs that cover the wall separating the kitchen from the dining room. Featuring plenty of details that are both beautiful and child-proof, the unique staircase is secure, has no sharp angles and has been marked with the same bright tangerine paint.

+ Le Atelier

Via Arch Daily

Photos by Lucia Tolstova

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