Yardstix takes advantage of underutilised space to bring functional architecture to backyards. Drawing character from the Queensland radiata pine, and framing the necessities within the walls themselves..
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Nicholas Gurney’s 20m2 secondary dwellings provide green, economic, self-contained living spaces. That stay warm; and cool as needed, with every piece designed for function. Watch the video from NEVER TOO SMALL for more info:
The 20-square-metre Yardstix studio model includes a multifunctional living/sitting/sleeping area, kitchen, storage, bathroom, and a sheltered outdoor porch of 5 square metres.
In the inside the cabinets use unobtrusive cut-outs as handles, rather than conventional pulls. The energy-efficient LED lighting has been recessed. The kitchen is full of space-saving ideas.