Spacey Cabin: the new trend of 2018. Let's find out why it's useful!
You know, optimizing the space of a home is never simple.
With time the needs vary, and often feels the need to change to feel in a more welcoming environment.
But if you are going to buy an apartment in Berlin, you will easily come across this new trend that is spreading all over the world.
What is it about?
The ''cabin spacey'' is a project of modular cabins designed to make the most of the roofs and attics of homes, often unused.
But the Germans have reached absurd levels!
Let's find out why.
The startup was born in Germany and based its action on a simple statistical data: 55,000 houses, have unused roofs.
Hence the need to create a space not very large but still functional to allow the full exploitation of every corner of the house.
Whether it is a shower that is recharged with rainwater or a ceramic hob with refrigerator and dryer or even, a bed for guests under the starry sky does not matter.
What matters is to be able to create "from nothing" a unique space and well incorporated with the rest of the environment.
Here is an image that best represents the concept.
Well very small, since they are often plasterboard sheets that allow you to divide and create an environment in the environment.
According to many, this new trend is compatible with the green one, as it reduces the excessively large size of the houses in favor of a smaller environment but undoubtedly more welcoming.
Even at the psychological level there are some benefits.
Scholars have found in fact that the creation of an extremely personalized corner by the landlord, causes a feeling of well-being and satisfaction for the mind.
This trend has also been exploited for the owners of properties that are rented, which allow you to expand the space without excessive costs, while ensuring that the signatories of the contract, to take advantage of more services.
Green and economy mix together. So, why not?
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