Written by Sara Black
In need of some eco-home goals? Mountain Refuge are here to help.
Home is where the heart is, they say. And your next one could well be of the pre-fabricated modular variety, with any luck. Tiny houses have been popping up like mushrooms and two Italian architects, with particularly excellent taste, have decided to flex their designer fingers in the field.
Massimo Gnocchi and Paolo Danesi concepted a plywood micro-home named Mountain Refuge. It’s a neat button of a build, crafted with a myriad of architectural angles and floor space at a maximum. Nooks are cleverly tucked into the footprint with a dedicated kitchenette, a customisable bathroom and built-in furniture. All designed with livability in mind.
Like what you see? Give Italy a call.