GASP is a Tiny House Project designed by Cankat Seyret in order to create an alternative minimal living environment within the nature or any desired site. Abstract concept of the project is inspired by the Covid-19 virus, human lungs and oxygen molecul in chemistry scheme.
GASP Tiny House
CSA Cankat Seyret Architecture
Transportable Modules (started in in 1- Ovacık/Çeşme/TURKEY, 2-Abant/Bolu/TURKEY (personal investment) | 3-Skagen/Denmark, 4-Raahe/Finland (sponsored)
Rhinoceros 3D, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
These buildings, which can be called Tiny House area is an architectural concept by Turkish architcet Bartu Armağan. Each of these three-storey buildings are 45 square meters and 8 meters high. There is a living room on the ground floor, a bathroom on the first floor and a bedroom on the top floor.
Some Tiny Things
Bartu Armağan (bar2design)
Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Adobe Photoshop
Ever since they gained worldwide fame back in the good old 1920s, RVs instantly became a popular “get out of jail free card” for all people who wanted to get off the grid and temporarily replace their urban lifestyles with something more adventurous and outgoing.
Free To Use Sounds, Airstream Inc., Christian Mikhael, Cottonbro