Tiny White Box to Store Your Life In
We hear at LifeEdited have, on occasion, been accused of showcasing small apartments and living spaces that lack life and color. Well, however austere or colorless you thought past spaces have been, none even come close to PACO by Japanese architect Jo Nagasaka and Schemata Architecture Office.
The 3 meter cube was designed to be a second home, but feels far more like design study than viable housing. Despite its diminutive proportions, it features a bathroom (a well in the room), kitchen (a counter with a sink), dining room (a table that pops up from the floor), bedroom (a hammock), and, amazingly, a guest room (a small drawer under the cube that we imagine could be storage as well).
From the architect to Dezeen:
We want to make it independence by a simple substance. We need the technical skill of infrastructure free. It is possible in the field of technical skill, but it is not practical at this time. First of all, we present our vision as a designer in order to cover the gap.
Totally what we were thinking.