Tiny house living arrives in the UK with the neat proportions of the Koda House. In a country on the brink of a full-on housing crisis, this potential solution comes from the Estonian design firm Kodasema, whose compact 25-square-meter micro homes are designed to fit into the tightest idle spots.

The prefabricated product is transported complete on the back of a truck and requires no traditional foundations. What it does require is £150,000, which includes all installation and connection costs. A studio apartment with a mezzanine bedroom, the Koda house is built in less than a day and offers temporary social housing or a lifestyle apartment for those who want to decrease their footprint. Would you live in a home like this?   

Kodasema Koda House Architecture

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Kodasema Koda House Architecture

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Kodasema Koda House Architecture

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Koda House Kodasema Architecture

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Kodasema Koda House Architecture

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Kodasema Koda House Architecture

Credit: Paul Kuimet

Kodasema Koda House Architecture

Credit: Tonu Tunnel

Kodasema Koda House Architecture

Credit: Tonu Tunnel