Here’s an elegantly designed Feng Shui cube to offer you a balanced life wherever you might be. This modular Japanese dwelling box offers you multiple room functions from just one box. And it comprises of:

  • a steel frame,
  • prefabricated floor panels,
  • tatami mat floors,
  • prefabricated staircase with storage,
  • prefabricated cabinets and storage,
  • and plywood wall panels and finishings.

All of that results in what you see below:

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Feng Shui principles came into account when designing the cube because Feng Shui expert Liu Ming designed and built it. The result is a tiny box with lots of enjoyable function since each section maximizes itself without discomfort.

Thanks to the wheels you can roll it around wherever you might need it next within your space. I can see this being used in so many ways!

What if you live where you work? Even if it’s a temporary situation, imagine how much one of these units would change how that situation feels?

Or what if you put in extra long hours at a warehouse or other type of job? Maybe you could use a nap or a break that feels like home without having to drive all the way there and back?

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As you can see above they even have pull down screens to give you privacy and shade if that’s what you want. There’s also a shoji screen that divides one side from the other. So here’s a run down of what one of these Feng Shui modular house boxes can offer you:

  • Study or micro office with a desk and filing cabinet
  • Staircase with built-in storage cabinets
  • Bookshelves
  • Meditation zone
  • Loft space

Images: Jasmine Rose Oberste

Built & designed by Fung Shui expert Liu Ming at SpaceFlavor. This tiny cube has also been seen on Dornob and Inhabitat.

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