This Tiny Cube Looks Strange On The Outside, But The Inside Will Blow You Away!

The dream of owning a big house is becoming more and more attainable. On average, houses built are about 2,600 square feet. Sounds great, right? But what a lot of people are learning upon moving into them is that they cost an arm and a leg not just to pay for, but to furnish and keep warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Problems like those have people looking a little bit smaller.

This loft-style tiny home, developed by Werner Aisslinger, seeks to provide expensive amenities in a smaller, loft-style setting. He calls it Loft Cube, and it's pretty rad.

Originally, Werner wanted to create a rooftop community on top of a building in Berlin. He saw tons of empty space and plenty of potential. What he designed was a 430 square foot space that just about anyone could afford, coming in at $40,000. It's modern, sleek, and comfortable.

Its interior features everything you would expect to find in a home, like a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. The home is off grid, portable, run by renewable energy, and is "smart," meaning the entire home can be controlled by a central panel.

What do you think? Could you stand to live in a space like this? Let us know in the comments below!

Sign up for your daily dose of enlightenment and positivity!

Sign up for your daily dose of enlightenment and positivity!

Popular Stories