Tiny houses are popping all around the biggest cities in the world as space becomes rarer and more expensive.
Small house design inspiration is never sufficient when tiny homes keep on gaining popularity as time go by and cities have less and less living space. So today we are delivering you your daily dose of small house decor inspiration in the form of this absolutely lovely tiny flat in São Paulo, Brazil.
Brazilian architecture firm Casa 100 Arquitetura designed this small apartment in south america’s biggest city, São Paulo, for a single, 30-something man who mainly lives in Rio de Janeiro but travels to São Paulo for work. Having only 24m², the homes’s main use is for sleeping when the homeowner isn’t at the office, so the space mimics that of his own hotel room. The owner didn’t want to invest a lot of money since it’s a 2nd home resulting in the use of simple materials and minimal decor.
A dotted glass panel allows light to enter the bedroom.
Two concrete shelves form the kitchen, with the one on the bottom acting as the kitchen countertop that continues on to hold the TV and closet box. Below that is space to house a suitcase, more clothes and shoes. The upper shelf holds books and decorative objects, along with a plant.
Perforated sliding doors help disguise what’s being stored in the closet or in the kitchen, which helps change up the feel of the space.
Photos © André Mortatti
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