Last week we gave a lecture at TU Delft about our latest project 24Tiny!
We are proud to announce that we have made it to the shortlist of 20 for the competition REINVENT THE HABITAT! The increasing aging of the population in the Netherlands has created a tight housing market for affordable elderly homes. This results in waiting lists for older people who cannot find a suitable house. Our idea is to create a home for elderly people against a super competive price. Construction time can be greatly reduced by using the same modular building component for the roof, façade and floor.
In our design simplicity, daylight and living comfort are the main pillars.
Interested in this concept? Feel free to contact us!
Interior design for the Rabobank in Den Bosch by Fons Kooymans Interiorarchitect. The visuals were made by Studio4.
Competition for a gymnasium school in Nijmegen by Fons Kooymans Interiorarchitect. Studio4 made the visuals for this project.
Our design for a modular display cabinet for Vacht & Zo has been built and can be seen in several stores!
WestingaTenBras won the competition for a new cultural center ‘De Nieuwe Nobelaer’. Studio4 made the visuals for this project!
Project of Designanders Interior architects. Studio4 made the visuals for this project.
Tender for Starbucks Brussels. Studio4 made the visuals for this project.
So WHAT does a self-sufficient (off-grid) Tiny House look like and HOW does it respond to the needs of the users? “A good design is sustainable, a great design is responsible” Today’s market and economy are changing. There is a greater need for a ‘pop-up’ culture with the emphasis on temporary and flexible interpretations. To reflect on this culture, the house will be movable and always on the road. The house will change users every 24 hours to inspire as many people as possible.
The house offers an inspiring and unique platform for sustainability. (self-sufficiency) and makes the topic of sustainability attractive and inspirational for everyone. With its modern and expressive look (eye-catcher), the ‘24Tiny’ shows how attractive sustainability can look. Only sustainable materials are used in the design.
The house is composed of a completely open and light central space that connects with the environment and can be fully utilized by the user. In addition to this central open space are two functional triangular ‘boxes’ where all functions are fully integrated.
24Tiny has arrived at the TU Delft
First impressions of 24tiny. Interior of 24tiny