Living with less is something that is increasingly becoming hard for us. Be it our addition to Smartphones, television and an overload of gadgets and décor all around us; we simply are moving forward towards a more complicated world. Moving away from this constant rush and overload of information and finding serenity in a simpler, more eco-friendly lifestyle is something that we all crave for. That is what you get with the efficient and sustainable Slow Town Tiny House designed by The Plus Partners + DNC Architects in South Korea. Sitting in a neighborhood that is still largely unspoilt, this dark, tiny cabin aims to exist in harmony with nature.
On the outside one can notice the use of dark wood and glass – one providing warmth and a sense of timelessness and the other providing modernity along with the right ventilation. Step inside and you see the living room that feels a lot more spacious than it really is. Lack of constraining décor and the gabled roof give us this visual effect. The loft bedroom sits snugly above at one end with the efficient and tiny kitchen below.
Steps leading to the left bedroom and the space below the workstation offer ample storage area and a small bathroom with white fixtures completes a beautiful and smart cabin that serves all your needs. The cabin encourages you to let go of the unnecessary as you once again discover the simpler joys of life and enjoy the unending sights and sounds outside. [Photography: Moobum Jang]