Wednesday, October 9, 2013

In Between.

When it comes to city living, Danish architects Mateusz Mastalski and Ole Robin Storjohann are thinking outside the box - literally. The two have joined forces on a project they call Live Between Buildings, which reimagines the spaces between city buildings as tiny, highly-efficient homes. Roof windows would provide natural light, and - as seen in the picture below - everything from indoor gardens to rock-climbing walls are feasible additions. As for the spaces' quirky X's and O's? "The possibility for shapes is endless," they say.



Found via Dezeen. Have a wonderful Wednesday!

11 comments:

dee said...

how cool! love the Q shaped apartment and the hammock on the first floor. I can just picture laying there with a good book. That would be my fave place to hang out in! Ha.

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

this is so neat!

Anonymous said...

what an awesome idea.

jacqui said...

I love this! Living in such a tight space might be tough, but imagine if you had an indoor swing...and a hammock...and rock-climbing wall to make up for it! :)

Shoko said...

Dee, yes, I love that, too!

Jacqui, the swing makes everything better :)

max said...

so whimsical!

julie said...

Power of creative minds. Love it.

Kathy said...

Woah! It's like looking into a dollhouse I would actually want to live in!

Shoko said...

Kathy, my thoughts exactly.

Margot said...

i love love love.

Julia Barger said...

SO COOL!

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