36-Square-Meter Modular Tiny Home Is A Warm, Comfy Abode With Earthy Hues

Colectivo Creativo Arquitectos has developed a modular tiny home called ‘VIMOB’ that can be transported to and assembled in remote areas.

The first prototype of the 36-square-meter timber-clad house has been set up in lush Matapalo, Colombia.

Together with its open concept come a living room, dining room, bathroom, kitchen and two bedrooms.

‘VIMOB’ is available in various sizes ranging from small at 28.5-square-meters, to extra large spanning 113.8-square-meters.

View images of the house below and learn more about the design here.

Other modular designs previously featured include this gorgeous floating house that lets you live and sail around the world and NYC’s first micro-apartments that span 250 to 370-square-feet with rental starting as low as US$950 a month.

[via Inhabitat and ArchDaily, images via VIMOB]

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