A minimal living cube for modern nomads seeking only the bare essentials
How much space do we really need? In fact, what if all of your daily living requirements could be met in a mere 2.5³? Polish design team Ania Rosinke and Maciej Chmara examined this idea with a minimal living cube that they aptly named 2,5³. A revisitation of the ‘living cube’ by Papanek & Hennessey, Chmara.Rosinke‘s sparse-but-snug structure meets our basic needs of food, water and shelter. Add a splash of thoughtful storage, a few space-saving, modular elements, a tiny hotplate and it becomes livable. Although, we are admittedly left pondering elements of personal hygiene. Those issues aside, the concept somehow speaks to the secret minimalist in us all.