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Looks a bit like an outdoor shower, no?

The interior relies on a simplistic design, coming to life thanks to accents of color throughout the single bedroom dwelling. Even though the room is made for two, there is ample space to fit many more people should the occasion call for it. A simple curtain separates the bathroom from the rest of the accommodation – a space decorated with oversized patterned tiles printed with photography. Huge windows that open out onto a patio and porch area make the home especially spectacular as they link to the surrounding environment, allowing inhabitants to lose themselves in the enveloping greenery.

The modular getaway can withstand a wide variety of environments thanks to its innovative design. This particular unit is located in Treviso, Italy, but it could just as easily be placed in the middle of a desert, or an icy tundra.

+ Studio di Architettura Daniele Menichini

Via DesignMilk

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3 Comments

  1. abade April 2, 2014 at 8:45 am

    s innovative designMOLO MOLONGUI.

  2. Trish Page September 24, 2013 at 8:56 pm

    How much would something like this cost to build? Yeah and wheres the kitchen?

  3. Katrina Ferguson September 24, 2013 at 3:03 pm

    how come most of these designs have no kitchens

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