We are living in an age where space is at an absolute premium. In larger urban cities apartments are becoming smaller and smaller (while the price continues to get higher and higher) to save room and to accommodate all of the people that live in the area. There are many architects out there that specialize in designing interiors that maximize a small amount of space which is becoming a career in itself for many designers. Learning how to get the most out of a small space is one way to go about it, but another way is to go out and actually FIND more space that isn’t being used. Most tall buildings in cities have rooftops that are generally unused and if added up that would amount to a whole lot of space that can be used. That is exactly the intent of this new design called the LoftCube.
The LoftCube is meant to be all in one design that can be picked up and moved around with the right equipment. The interior is 36 square meters and can be customized in just about any way that you want it to be. Another advantage is that prefab housing doesn’t leave an environmental footprint on undeveloped land, so green renters should find that to be a big positive. The relatively low price of $74,000 makes this one a good idea both for young people looking for a small starter home to own, or for landlords looking to rent it out to tenants.