Maker Home, housing for a sustainable lifestyle
Located in Rionegro, Antioquia, Tiny 116 is the first prototype for Colombian enterprise Maker Home, a sustainable housing option that keeps construction waste to a minimum while expediting the building process to two months.
After three successive years mounting life-size home installations on the fairgrounds of Medellin’s largest interior design and architecture fair, La Feria de Diseño, Medellin-based studio Tu Taller Design decided to take the housebuilding concept to the next level with a fully-fledged business model that addresses the specific needs of the Colombian housing context while respecting the environment, your time and your wallet.
The creators of Maker Home promise a sustainable living option that uses digitally manufactured homes (where pieces are cut by means of a numeric CNC machine) to ensure speedier construction times and a more waste-efficient use of materials.
One of three predetermined sizes, Tiny 116 spans 116 square meters, featuring an open kitchen, social area, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study, and a deck.
Maker Home was created for those looking for a dynamic, connected, efficient and sustainable rural living option, but also expect reasonable pricing options and quick turnaround time. makerhome.info