(This is another trial post from Richele!)
This is real micro living. The Euros get it. They live well, live small, and have a month off in the summer. Here is their next testament to living small: The Micro Compact Home.
I'm not sure what it is on the conversion table but I would guess in the 200 sq ft area. The format is based on high quality compact living spaces such as yachts, cars, and borrowed scale and order from Japanese tea-houses.
As expected, not geared toward a family of four, these places are geared toward short stay living situations such as students, weekenders, and sports and leisure use. Price set between £50,000-£55,000
From the manufacturer…:
"The m-ch measures 266cm x 266cm x 266cm. The ceiling height is 198cm and the door width is 60cm
Living in an m-ch means focusing on the essential - less is more. The use of progressive materials complements the sleek design. Quality of design, touch and use are the key objectives for the micro compact home team....for 'short stay smart living"
Thanks to the European Airstream newsletter for the tip