Nano house design that are simply incredible Part 2

Nano house designs can emerging rather quickly as part of the small house house. In this series, we are looking at modern nano house designs that are both stylish and energy efficient. In this second article of the series, we are featuring the projected called Le Cabanon, a 215 sq ft micro house.

The Le Cabanon project was created by Cyril Brule and Atelier Correia. The main theme was develop a design that encourage living beyond the house and extending to the environment. The nano house is comfortable to live in but it is always to the outdoors for a complete lifestyle.

Le Cabanon nano house design

Le Cabanon nano house design

The house is made from very simple materials. Strand boards form the walls while woodplanks and stainless steel form the interior makeup. While simple in materials, the design is anything but. For instance, windows comes in different shapes to create variety in the home. Doors have also been made to maximize the exterior view.

Le Cabanon living room design

Le Cabanon bedroom design

Le Cabanon home office design

Le Cabanon work station

Within the interior, everything is laid out in a rectangular structure. At the end of room is bedroom that has a mini workstation beside the bed. In this setup, the bed doubles up for sleeping and sitting. Directly in front of the bed is the enlarged door that attempt to seduce the owner to get outdoors the moment he wakes up.

Le Cabanon small house design

Le Cabanon dining and kitchen design

Besides the bedroom area sits the kitchen and dining space. The kitchen has been designed to stack against one side of the wall while simple dining furniture is placed near the other wall.

Le Cabanon bathroom design

Le Cabanon bathroom design

At the other end of the room sits the bathroom area. A simple curtain acts as the showering divider. All bathroom fixtures are wall mounted to avoid cluttering the already small area.

Main takeaways:

  • Living spaces is a combination of both indoor and outdoor living considerations
  • Furniture can serve dual functions if the layout has been correctly thought through
  • Fixtures such as windows can contribute to variety if the interior has no additional space to add creative design

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