Micro Homes: Stone-Clad Turin Studio Hides Tons of Secret Cabinets

Spencer Peterson
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As with pint-size living spaces the world over, this hillside studio in Turin, Italy, hides a whole host of amenities in a set of cabinets. But how many others can boast entire kitchen countertops that go incognito when not in use? What sets Turin-based design firm Studioata's Tre Livelli micro home apart from the pack, aside from exterior walls of dry-stacked stone, is a staggered living space that opens to reveal a dishwasher, a stove-equipped kitchen with a cover that acts as a natural backsplash, and a whole lot of storage space. Tour the 377-square-foot interior and the surrounding grounds below:

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· Tre Livelli [Tiny House Swoon]
· All Micro Homes coverage [Curbed National]
· All Turin coverage [Curbed National]