Ma Modular’s products are typically instantly recognizable for two main reasons: their distinctive floorplans, and their sheer size. The Casita 850, which provides 850 sq. ft., hits the mark on both counts. The layout of the home describes an atypical L-shape, and the focus has clearly been on generosity. Rather than cram too many spaces into the area available, the Casita instead focuses on making sure that each room is roomy enough.
Two bedrooms lie next to one another, with the sole bathroom right beside both of them. The bulk of the interior square footage is taken up by the joint kitchen / dining / living area. High ceilings add to how big it feels from inside; and with natural light flooding in from all angles, it never lacks for illumination.
This tiny house is comprehensive enough to work as a completely standalone dwelling; but not only does it fit the bill, it goes even further. The sloping design of the roof (combined with the high-quality, classical wooden furnishing touches available) makes the interior look every bit as chic as you’re likely to find anywhere. Wooden flooring, white walls, and lots of glass are all par for the course, and the bedrooms in particular stand out for feeling luxurious.