Here at Inhabitat, we adore tiny homes and this new one designed by Swedish Belatchew Arkitekter for outdoors brand JABO is no exception. Called Steps, this wooden, prefab shelter features planted steps leading onto a fantastic roof terrace where you can enjoy the great outdoors.
According to Belatchew Arkitekter’s CEO Rahel Belatchew Lerdell, Steps ‘is a small house with large spaces.’ Designed entirely from high-quality Siberian larch, this home was designed to make the most out of the great outdoors. It consists of a single white-painted room inside, with a planted staircase on the outside that leads to a roof terrace where inhabitants can enjoy the sun, breeze and views.
Both the stairs and the terrace are kids-friendly and equipped with a galvanized, powder-coated iron railing. Featuring plenty of storage hidden inside its shell, it can be made into a modern guesthouse, hobby room or garden shed. Its pop-up outdoor kitchen has a sink prepared for water and there is also plenty of hidden storage spaces for gardening and household items.
Photos by Belatchew Arkitekter