This tiny house in Gangwon city might be the perfect accommodation for those planning to attend the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games in South Korea. Compact and simple, the "Tiny House of Slow Town" features all the amenities of a regular-sized house and offers easy access to the beautiful landscapes surrounding the city. Designed by The Plus Partners and DNC Architects, the home's interior comprises a living room, built-in kitchen, a small bathroom and a large bed accessible via a steep staircase that also functions as a storage space.
The house was built in Gangwon city, the host city for the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games and one of the cleanest left in South Korea. The area’s pristine quality calls for designs that preserve the natural beauty of the landscape.
The Tiny House of Slow Town does just that; in addition to maximizing housing facilities for the upcoming Olympic Games, the building features environmentally friendly materials and has a small footprint. Its interior comprises a living room, built-in kitchen, a small bathroom and a large bed accessible via a steep staircase that also functions as a storage space.
Photos by Moobum Jang