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Tiny Affordable Housing Design Tiny Homes Are One Answer To The Affordable Housing Shortage

Tiny affordable housing design is at the core of the solution to the crisis in affordable housing in Australia. The affordable housing shortage is also about design. Poor design has been a big part of the problem and good design can be a big part of the cure.

 

A cosy, yet elegant home in Krakow

 

 

my scandinavian home: A cosy, yet elegant home in Krakow

Designed by Odwzorowanie (which incidentally, is also a great source for the most fabulous vintage items  – just saying) – the apartment features original parquet flooring and shiny new patterned tiles which set the scene for an array of wonderful items – including art, books, textiles and lighting which combine to create a lovely, relaxed feel. I love so many things about the space but my eye’s particularly drawn to the cosy living room and the wallpaper in the hallway my scandinavian home: A cosy, yet elegant home in Krakow

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A Tribeca Loft

 

In Tribeca, a Loft that Marries Form & Function – Design*Sponge

It’s not hard to see why the loft immediately won them over. Its open concept, exposed brick and abundance of space couldn’t be beat. The latter, albeit enviable, initially proved to be a bit of a challenge though as the pair had grown accustomed to fitting their lives into a shoebox-sized home (as is the struggle of most New Yorkers). Determined to tackle this larger footprint with gusto, the pair cleverly called in the professionals at Homepolish to help out. With the assistance of Tali Roth, one of their talented designers, the trio outfitted the home in layers of mixed materials in hopes of setting the mood for both relaxing and entertaining. Via designsponge.com

 

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“affordable housing” maybe not but its great design

 

This rooftop has been turned into a living space for a family to relax in | CONTEMPORIST

Photography by Jesus Rodriguez The rooftop terrace embraces the vision of a ‘hut in the sky’ with an indoor entertaining area that has plants that greet you as you enter. Photography by Jesus Rodriguez The space is home to a gabled wood ceiling with hidden lighting. Photography by Jesus Rodriguez The deck features hidden lighting that creates a calming ambience, built-in bench seating, and a spa that’s surrounded by plants. This rooftop has been turned into a living space for a family to relax in | CONTEMPORIST

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