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Separating the space from the hum of domesticity, the featured module was designed as a home office, seamlessly integrated into the oak garden. While many of us have become well versed in makeshift home office spaces over the last twelve months, the team at Tini have honed their skills to create this enviable solution. The result is an unobtrusive addition to a home that has no impact on the surrounding environment.
Nestled in the gap between the existing trees, the rust coloured hue of the
Effortlessly infused with contemporary Spanish architecture the hyper-local design incorporated works by local artisans and vendors. Beautiful wooden chairs are custom made by Dr. Cato, while the remaining furnishings are mid-century. Works by
A self-contained unit, the design features a workspace, kitchenette and bathroom in its whole whopping 22 square metres with even a quiet spot to observe nature. The kitchen furniture, cabinets and worktables are made of local pine and poplar wood, creating an overall cohesive feel in tandem with their partner’s works.
With natural light in abundance, including a circular skylight above the doorway kitchenette, striking tubular LED rods act as task lighting.
With an overall minimal aesthetic, every square metre of the space is carefully considered yet the feeling of luxury has not been compromised. Warm and open, the connection with nature makes the interior feel vastly larger than it is. A perfect place to read a book, or do work if that’s your thing, this small footprint dwelling has big potential to shape how we think about using and reconfiguring
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