Tiny Student Housing in Sweden

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This tiny house has been constructed by AF Bostader (a building foundation in Lund, Sweden). Designed with students in mind, it’s aims to be an affordable ¬†housing solution for students who do not want to live in dorms throughout their university life.

These tiny houses are being rented for 2500 kronor ($370) a month; compare this with a newly built student apartments in Lund which costs around 4500 kronor and it becomes clear why the tiny cottages are in such high demand. 

Each tiny house features a kitchenette with a dining area, a bathroom with a toilet and shower, a sleeping loft, and a study desk – essential for those hard-working (when they manage to distract themselves from parties) students.

Tiny House Sweden

Tiny House Sweden

Tiny House Sweden

Tiny House Sweden

Via The Local

1 Comment

  1. As a current college student, I’d totally live in one of those. Though choosing between it and cooperative housing would be hard.

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