Applying a Tetris-like approach to house design, Chinese architectural firm Studio Liu Lubin has created a Micro-house featuring compact, multiple interior zones that can stacked together or used as a stand alone dwelling.
"It's kind of like a tent," says Ken about the bach's structure. "It's dramatic and vertical. The tent flap [the huge macrocarpa front shutter] is that big door that opens up - a big gesture that embraces the view." Whangapoua Beach House on Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand. Designed by Ken Crosson of Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects.