Tiny but shiny

Tiny but shiny

The question of what form infill development can take in major cities is currently the subject of intense discussion. The Tiny House built by the architect Thomas Stark in the south of Bochum is a great example of how it can succeed.

On the roof of a former supermarket storeroom, his little house snuggles up to the existing buildings and has everything to offer that a home owner can possibly wish for. That also includes a design-oriented interior fit-out – realised, among other things, with LED luminaires from the Q FOUR range and cableless Winglet CL wall luminaires.