This Tiny Home Floating Under a Bridge Is The Stuff of Nightmares

This Tiny Home Floating Under a Bridge Is The Stuff of Nightmares

"Black Flying House" is the tiny home of your nightmares. Imagine if The Blair Witch Project had a baby with, say, Hansel and Gretel and then in that new scary world which was their offspring, somebody built a house. It would be this house.

Sure, we've had tiny homes in walls, and even 3-D printed tiny homes, but this "Black Flying House" by architecture firm H3T Architeckti takes tiny to a scary new level.

H3T Architeckti, a Czech architecture firm known for crafting temporary and thought-provoking installations, created this miniscule four square meter (roughly 43 square feet) dwelling. The house is suspended under an old railway bridge with steel cables. The result is an illusion that makes the house appear as if it is magically floating amid a forested landscape in the Czech Republic. H3T Architeckt describes the tiny home as "a conundrum that encourages passersby to think." A perfectly enigmatic description for this mysterious tiny home.

To say the house is minimalistic would be an understatement. Notice its stark wood construction as well as the matte black finishes on the exterior as well as the interior. Inside, the "Black Flying House" has a living room with only a table and chairs and a stove. It also has a small sleeping loft. A large rectangle window allows inhabitants to survey the wooded surroundings while two similarly sized skylights allow for light into the sleeping loft. A small ladder extends from under the house, allowing those brave enough to climb inside to do just that. The ladder can also be stowed away underneath the house, hidden from view.

I would (probably... totally... maybe) go into this house for sure in the daytime. How about you? Are you bold enough to climb the ladder and make this tiny house your home for a day?...an hour?

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