Measuring just 65-square-feet, the wooden Diogene house boasts a living room, separated from the bathroom in the rear, a water collection system that harvests rainwater, and solar panels for power. Its interior is split into two halves with a living room in the front, consisting of a pullout sofabed, folding table, chairs and storage compartments. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

According to The Daily Mail, “in the rear of the house, situated behind a partition, is a small kitchen with electric stove and fridge, a shower and toilet, and more storage. It is one of the unique architectural structures that have been built specifically for the Vitra Campus in Weil am Rhein in Germany.


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