Prefab micro cross laminated timber apartment occupies the space of a single parking spot

Casagrande Laboratory, a multidisciplinary architecture practice based in Helsinki, Finland, has completed Tikku, a three-story micro-apartment building, in a square there.

With a footprint of just 8.2 feet by 16.4 feet, or about the size of a single parking space, Tikku is a bare-bones sustainable building constructed from cross-laminated timber (CLT) “spatial modules” that can be erected overnight.


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