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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.

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Drawings and prototypes by Farzaneh Farkish.

 

Design and concept by Hakan Lidbo.