Living In 220 Square Feet

Living In 220 Square Feet
Design

The L41 prefab home uses smart design and green materials to create an efficient micro home.

Naresh Kumar
  • 19 july 2010

The L41 prefab home by architect Michael Katz and artist Janet Corne contains a living and bedroom space, a bathroom, kitchen and built-in storage, all occupying just 220 sq ft of area. It is made from green, sustainable materials and comes with energy efficient features such as solar heating, green roof and LED lighting. The L41 has been designed to be mass-produced, and can be built in several configurations, from a single unit to a high-rise building and can be easily installed anywhere. The designers have positioned it as an extremely affordable, yet highly livable house.

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