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Summer houses on 6 ares: 15 projects of the smallest wooden houses

If you are the owner of a small landSite and are looking for ideas for the construction of villas, this material is for you. Our collection of small wooden houses demonstrates that even on 6 hectare you can build a comfortable home Every inhabitant of a megacity wants a cozy cottage in which he could rest from the frenzied rhythm of city life. Suppose that you have already made the first step towards realizing this dream: you have purchased a small plot of land. However, what if its dimensions are not large enough for capital construction, say, there are only a hundred six or even less? Is there any point in starting a construction or is it better to take the entire plot under strawberries and tomatoes? We have prepared for you an inspiring collection of wooden houses, which clearly show that if you have a fantasy you can build something more comfortable and cozy on a tiny piece of land than an unsuitable period. Moreover, with a competent approach to the design of the house, there will still be a place for strawberries! In this original house, designed by the British company Blue Forest, can comfortably accommodate four people. In addition to beds there is a living room, kitchen and bathroom. The size of the base of the house is 8.3 by 6 meters. And how do you like this funny house located in the Austrian Alps? The architect decided to solve the problem with the uneven site, putting the construction on some kind of pile. And here is a domestic example of a creative approach to the construction of a dacha. This house-ship was built by a resident of Kemerovo, without a plan and drawings, and after that he realized the layout of the plot of 6 hectare. This wooden polyhedron with a folding terrace decorates the site in distant Bogota, in Colombia. The author of this masterpiece is the designer Manuel Villa (Manuel Villa). But such a charming and absolutely eco-friendly pine cottage in the Russian style, you can order directly from ... China. The sizes are offered different. A stylish and seemingly very compact house inNorway from the company JVA Architects has a very unusual interior layout, thanks to which in an area of ​​120 square meters, there are two bedrooms, a spacious living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, two storage rooms and ski equipment. For the construction of such a house is enough area of ​​7.5 to 7.5 meters. However, thanks to a thoughtful planning, it will not be crowded. The interior area is 92 square meters. Construction of this wooden house with an area of ​​18Square meters cost the architect Macy Miller (Macy Miller) from Idaho only 11 thousand dollars. As a foundation, it used the base of an old trailer for a trailer. If you are planning to visit your countrySite only in the summer, you will come here with such a mobile mini-house from the Californian designer Vina Lustado. In the winter it can be towed "for storage". Another version of the "portable house", in which 12 square meters can accommodate everything you need. And how do you like this rural house in Minnesota? He reminds us of the scenery for the film-tale. And this tiny cottage in the Victorian style can be confused with a fairy-tale house. So cozy and charming it looks, despite its miniature size. But the creation of the American architect Megan Lea. She built her ecological house from old granary boards. And this original country houseIt was designed not by an architect, but by an Estonian artist Jaanus Orgussar. Due to the fact that the house is raised above the ground, it does not need a foundation. Now its area is only 82 square meters, but if you want, you can add additional modules. And finally: another modern wooden country house in the style of minimalism, which literally soars above the ground and ignores the traditional foundation. News.villagepages.org blog.wanken.com furnime.Com tzjingyu.en.alibaba.com viahouse.com jebole.com lushome.com lloydkahn-ongoing.blogspot.com ecology.md tourweek.ru treehugger.com eco-portal.kz pinterest.com 1dom.wordpress.com

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