Have you ever sat down and thought to yourself, 'wow, I really want to live in a tiny house,'? Probably not. In our society, having a large house is a sign
Designers crafted the Lorraine as a writer's retreat, with a continuous work surface that stretches from the kitchen to the bedroom.
Tiny Homes: In true "Swiss Family Robinson" fashion, the Clara has three distinct levels.
Getaway, founded by two Harvard graduate students, aims to provide a convenient and affordable way to disconnect from the daily grind.
Tiny houses aren’t usually occupied by more than one or two people, but the Ovida has two lofts and a sleeping nook, allowing for a larger group.
A ribbon window runs the length of the house, letting in breathtaking views of nature.
Expansive windows foster ties between the land and life inside the house.
The Clara fits four comfortably, with three sleeping surfaces, including a loft.
"We really want you to do nothing at all," says Staff.
It comes equipped with snacks, classic reads, and board games.
"These levels offer un-programmed places to sit, eat, sleep, curl up, lean, do work, and hang," the designers write in a statement. There is no conventional furniture.
Music hums through the home's portable speakers.
"We can worry less about storing four seasons of your wardrobe and a hundred kitchen gadgets," Staff says. "That frees us up to do these more whimsical things."