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berkeley square

In June 2006 the micro compact home 009 was presented for the first time in Great Britain.

Centre of the event was Berkeley Square in London, only a stones throw from the m-ch author Richard Horden’s architectural practice Horden Cherry Lee.

The aim was to give potential buyers and property developers the opportunity to experience ‘living in the cube’ first hand.

The micro compact home was especially designed for ‘short stay smart living’. As a sophisticated compact accommodation for business or leisure use it is suitable for various locations.

Already integrated in the smart aluminum cube are sound system, lcd screen, telecommunication and an energy system as well as furniture. The reduced volume of the building creates a fusion with the scale of natural plants and the experience from inside a micro compact home looking out is of a calm compatibility with nature.