Tanya Shukstelinsky, who did a final project from the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design created tiny shelter space that has gotten a lot of attention lately. Her piece called “Cocoon” is made out of fabric, and has a sleeping space, steps, a table, and a fillable bathtub within it. In order to move around in the space, an inhabitants would have to grab onto the stitches inside.
The project was made to investigate creating a private space in a public area. Shukstelinsky intended the space to be used in spaces in between other buildings, creating a solution for urban nomads and those needing temporary living space.
The space looks pretty cozy, and though it looks like just enough for one person, maybe a visitor could fit in the kitchen area. Need a space to live?
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