Check Out Cocoon, a Multilevel House Sewn Between 2 Sheets

Design News 07.16.13

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Tanya Shukstlinsky, a graduate student at  Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, created a micro home using a sewing machine and two sheets. Cocoon is a multilevel space with different areas for sleeping, dining, and bathing (though, we're pretty sure this doesn't hold water). Shukstlinsky compares Cocoon to lying in a hammock.

In other news, Zaha Hadid reveals designs for New York High Line apartments, and check out five design books coming out this summer. See the headlines after the jump.

• Cocoon By Tanya Shukstelinsky: Sew Yourself A House | Architizer
• Zaha Hadid Unveils New York Apartment Block Alongside High Line | Arch Daily
Five new design books hit the shelves this summer | The Editor at Large

(Image: Tanya Shukstlinsky)

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