Lisa Be

By Lisa Be

LifeBuzz Staff

10 Tiny Places I’d Do Anything To Live In. #3 Is Ominous But So Cool.

Tiny accommodations have become the perfect tourist attractions for visitors around the world. Mobile beach huts on New Zealand beaches, narrow spaces along riversides in Japan,  minimalist cabins in British Columbia, and petite properties in Norway, among others are featured in Small Architecture Now by Philip Jodidio.

#1. These Endemico Resgaurdo Silvestre huts were designed by Jorge Gracia Garcia and are available as deluxe cabins for tourists exploring Mexico’s wine valley, Valle de Guadalupe.

These Endemico Resgaurdo Silvestre huts were designed by Jorge Gracia Garcia and are available as deluxe cabins for tourists exploring Mexico’s wine valley, Valle de Guadalupe.

#2. This Gulf Islands retreat in British Columbia has just enough room for a cozy wood burner and bed. Architect Olson Kundig says: ‘It’s so small you have to go outside. That’s the point!’

This Gulf Islands retreat in British Columbia has just enough room for a cozy wood burner and bed. Architect Olson Kundig says: ‘It’s so small you have to go outside. That’s the point!’

#3. Architect Terunobu Fujimore designed this tiny ‘Beetle’s House’ for a special exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

Architect Terunobu Fujimore designed this tiny ‘Beetle’s House’ for a special exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.

#4. The Delta Shelter can be entirely encased in steel shutters  and moved into place manually by a  wheel – when it is not in use. This small, cozy space was designed by Olson Kundig and is located in Washington.

The Delta Shelter can be entirely encased in steel shutters  and moved into place manually by a  wheel – when it is not in use. This small, cozy space was designed by Olson Kundig and is located in Washington.

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