Tetra House is a project that address one of the most difficult problem that architects have to deal with - namely gravity. Because of gravity we can’t sleep in the ceiling or have dinner on the wall – and most of the space in our houses remain unused. Tetra House solve this problem as you can flip it in 4 different orientations. A limited 30 ft2 floor space become a 4 room flat at 120 ft2; kitchen, living room/workspace, bedroom and a shower. Tetra House is developed and built by Iranian architect Farzaneh Farkish and Swedish artist Hakan Lidbo. 3d print by Mikael Sjösten.
Drawings and prototypes by Farzaneh Farkish.
Design and concept by Hakan Lidbo.