Designer Luca Nichetto and developers at Urban Capital have unveiled the Tetris-inspired Cubitat, which is basically a 10 x 10 x 10 ‘plug and play living space,’ at Toronto’s Interior Design Show last week. There’s not only a integrated living room of sorts, but also storage space, furniture, and even features a hidden laundry compartment. On one side of the cube you’ll find a fully equipped kitchen, complete with built-in sink, oven, stove top, dishwasher, refrigerator and cupboard space. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The space-saving design, which is still in a prototype phase, will enable city-dwellers to easily and quickly furnish a small building, turning it into a compact home without the need for further renovations or additions. Though no timeline has been set, the developers said buyers will soon be able to buy and customize the cubes online, before having them shipped to their destination,” according to The Daily Mail.