35KubikHeimat - A Tiny House in a class of its own - a trend creates new potentials for living

The Tiny House 35KubikHeimat ("35CubicHome") tests a prototype of a flat in which kitchen, bathroom, bed and dining table conjured up from wall and floor.

In April 2017 we were approached by a student of the FH Rosenheim on their project 35KubikHeimat. A team of 19 students of interior design at the FH Rosenheim planned a Tiny House as a residential type on a scale of 1:1. This should then be built in a one-week workshop by the students themselves.Rodeca immediately liked the idea of ​​a Tiny House with a wall of translucent tongue and groove panels and decided to sponsor the material. Since the middle of last year, the Tiny House 35KubikHeimat together with many other Tiny houses of the TinyU(niversity) has now been on the Baucampus in Berlin (an artistic experiment at the Bauhaus Archive / Museum of Design in Berlin). It could be visited by all interested and you even had the opportunity to rent a night in a Tiny House.

On the campus students study, build and research new and more equitable forms of cooperation. The model for this experiment is the Bauhaus as a school institution, in which education and construction was rethought 100 years ago. The resulting temporary campus was open until 3 March 2018. All Tiny Houses which can be visited there, are mobile architectures, which are usually no larger than 10 m² (parking lot size).

The website http://tinyhouse360.de/35-kubik-heimat/ offers a 360° tour through 35CubicHome. 

We are pleased that we have been able to support this innovative and exciting idea with our products. Innovation requires an always open mind, which the students of the project have proven in all phases.

 More information about the project you can find here https://35kubikheimat.com/.