Breathe: A hint of sustainable architecture
Façade-free architecture – including a safety netHidden away in a small courtyard, Breathe spirals upwards between old buildings on a surface area measuring just five metres.
A visionary prototype for urban coexistence
Tailored for coexistence by means of sustainabilityThe inhabitants meet on the ground floor kitchen, an open space equipped with hob, sink, and dining table.
After all, the airy house made from recyclable materials is not just economical; it is so intended to act as an air purifier thanks to its permeable shell. Ten metres above the ground, a small roof garden offers an expansive view amidst the urban jungle and houses a rainwater collection tank with filter unit.
Sustainable and innovative: impressions of the living concept
A minimalistic living concept for maximum living spaceFully in line with MINI’s motto “Big life. Small footprint”, this light structure creates a living space within the smallest of spaces and offers everything we need to survive: air, light, water – and a few nice little extras too.
How much space and privacy could you give up? Would the airy net home be an option for you? We look forward to receiving your comments.