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Minimalist Architecture Competition: Tiny House Community

FD6C43E1-0D54-43D2-8191-6F1DA0C088E7.jpeg Minimalist Architecture Competition: Tiny House Community

This project is a global village that has more than one size of homes to accommodate young families of 2 to 4. Participants are asked to submit designs for 3 different variations of off-grid, prefabricated homes, built around one theme/form type. 15 houses will be for couples without kids, 15 for couples with one kid; 10 for couples with 2 kids.

The total Area (of all floors) should not exceed 30 sqm for 2 people (couple); 35 sqm for 3 people (couples with 1 kid); and 40 sqm for 4 people (couples with two kids).

The couples want to feel they are part of the forest. Your designed tiny house must be no more than 1.5 floors (only first floor or first floor with upper floor) features four basic components: living room, kitchen and dining room, 1 or 2 or 3 bedrooms, and bathroom/bathrooms.
Given there is a center to this community with four surrounding clusters, submit a planning proposal for one of the four clusters showing the homes distribution in that cluster. Explore ideas of how this cluster will bring families together while maintaining family privacy.

Short Description

Find better ideas and mechanisms to take sustainable living steps further through designing ultra-small living spaces, minimalist lifestyle, self sustained off grid communities. This tiny house community fosters sustainable lifestyle with a park that includes a tiny house village, sustainable farming with a farm on the side, an art making studio, and a gathering space in the middle.



Link to Competition

Link to Registration form


First place prize: $200
Top 5 winners will be featured in our magazine and social media pages, as well as awarded certificates.

Type of Competition

Open to the public/Minimum requirements (Open to anyone that complies with the requirements), Single stage (Winners selected immediately)

Who can Participate

Registration fee is $25. Registration is free for students. – Prefabricated Homes – Off grid – Feels like part of the forest- Variation of one theme (united theme)- 1.5 Floors max height

Dates and Time Frame

Registration Opens
Registration Closes January 28, 2022
Deadline to Submit Project March 17, 2022
Winners announcement Date



Location of Competition

Vancouver, Canada

Location of Project (if developed)

B.C., Canada

Additional Information

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