Tag Archives: Kirsten Dirksen

Kirsten Dirksen Visits Inventor Paul Elkins

Paul Elkins invents things like micro houses that can be towed behind a bicycle, micro boats, and pedal-powered vehicles… among many other things. Paul used to work at Boeing, but now has fun building fun stuff. His work is inspiring because he pushes minimalism to an extreme. While his tiny structures are lightweight, weatherproof, and […]

Secret Operation 610 Breaks the Tiny Mold

In more ways than one this extreme structure with a tiny house sized interior, helps us think differently about tiny spaces. It was constructed in an abandoned air hanger at a decommissioned air base outside Utrecht (the Netherlands).  It’s available to artists & scientists looking for a place for thinking outside the box – an apparently […]

Incredible Transforming Tiny House – Nicknamed aVOID

In the video below videographer Kirsten Dirksen tours a transforming tiny house designed by Leonardo Di Chiara. He calls it aVOID. Inside the house appears to be a white box. But as you discover the hidden functionality inside, you also expose the warm color and texture of wood grain. There are no windows on the longer […]

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