The OrganiCube project redefines small-space living. Austrian designer Christian Precht’s dwelling looks somewhat like a womb, but mostly like an incredibly trippy sci-fi pod.
This unadorned, futuristic capsule of fluid, graceful form is orchestrated flawlessly. Check out the interesting arrangement of corresponding parts and functional elements. Every curve has a distinctive purpose. Though highly compressed, it nevertheless meets the requirements of modern living.
The nine-square meter apartment is made of dupont corian features an integrated sleeping compartment, work station, kitchen, bathroom. The flowing sci-fi steps and built-in wardrobe are almost impossible to spot.
The OrganiCube’s small carbon footprint lends an appealing eco quality, and because of its cubic shape, the home can be easily stacked and placed almost anywhere.
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