Most students are worried about grades, but this Harvard startup aims big with their micro home. At just 160-square-feet of living space, the “Clara” boasts a heater, two-burner kitchen stove, shower, electric toilet, full-size sink, cooler, utensils, cooking equipment, a twin-sized bunk and even a twin-sized sleeping pad for guests. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for some bonus images of more tiny homes.
“Painted black to help the structure recede into the landscape, the timber-clad Clara features a boxy and asymmetric shape that sits high above the forest floor. In contrast to its black-stained timber facade, the interior of the Clara is lined with untreated wood that creates a minimalist yet cozy vibe. Windows of varying sizes punctuate the structure to frame views of the outdoors,” according to Inhabitat.