This Tiny House Is Designed For Small Space Living

Jeff Wilson has created Kasita, a modern tiny house that measures in at just 352 square feet and can be used as a guest house, office or a studio.

 

After living in a 33 square foot dumpster for a year to test the limits and see how much space someone actually needs to live, Jeff Wilson has created Kasita, a tiny house that measures in at just 352 square feet (32 square meters) and has everything you would find in a normal house.

 

Kasita has been designed in a way so that it can be used for many different types of spaces, like a guest house, secondary income suite, office or a studio.

Jeff Wilson has created Kasita, a modern tiny house that measures in at just 352 square feet and can be used as a guest house, office or a studio.


Each unit has integrated technology that includes personal light and temperature settings, built-in speakers and a video-enabled doorbell. Before we have a look at the interior photos, here’s the floor plan that shows how the unit is laid out.


Jeff Wilson has created Kasita, a modern tiny house that measures in at just 352 square feet and can be used as a guest house, office or a studio.


Entering the unit, there’s a small hallway, and off to the right of the hallway is the bathroom, fully equipped with a shower, toilet and vanity.


In this modern tiny home is a small bathroom with a shower, toilet and vanity.


Just outside the bathroom is a storage closet with built-in shelves.


In this modern tiny house, there's a storage closet that has a bar for hanging clothes and plenty of wood shelves.


The kitchen is located next to the closet, and it has a small induction cooktop and a convection microwave oven, as well as more storage and two counter spaces.


This small white and grey kitchen has a two burner induction cooktop and a convection microwave oven, as well as more storage and two counter spaces.


The second counter space doubles as a desk/small work area and below the counter are fridge and freezer drawers.


In this tiny home, the second counter space in the kitchen doubles as a desk/small work area and below the counter are fridge and freezer drawers.


At the end of the kitchen counter, you can see the washer / dryer, and the wooden stairs that lead down to the living area have hidden pull-out storage drawers.


In this modern tiny house, the wooden stairs that lead down to the living room have hidden pull-out storage drawers.


Next up is the living room that has a ceiling height of just over 10 feet. A custom designed couch fits the space perfectly and hides a bed.


This tiny house has a ceiling height of just over 10 feet, and a custom designed couch fits the space perfectly and hides a bed.


The couch can be transformed into a queen-size bed by simply extending it out. Part of the couch frame now becomes bedside tables.


In this modern tiny house, the couch in the living room can be transformed into a queen-size bed by simply extending it out. Part of the couch frame now becomes bedside tables.


At the end of the unit is a raised platform that’s surrounded by floor to ceiling windows, allowing plenty of light to fill the small space. A flat-screen television is hidden within the white storage cube with drawers, that also has a small bench next to it.


In this modern tiny house, there's a raised platform that's surrounded by floor to ceiling windows, allowing plenty of light to fill the small space. A flat-screen television is hidden within the white storage cube with drawers, that also has a small bench next to it.


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