The 380-square-foot Kokoon is made of three modules stacked on top of each other.
You can access each level via stairs. Pictured below is the first floor.
The prototype features a dining area, bathroom, storage, workspace, kitchen, and a bedroom that can fit a twin size bed.
Large skylights on every level let in natural light.
18 students from 13 countries (ages ranging from early 20s to late 30s) contributed to the project. Their professors — Willem van Bolderen, Pekka Heikkinen, and Philip Tidwell — oversaw the design and construction process.
Students who contributed to the Kokoon project: Alexander Rantanen Barstad, Akın Cakıroglu, Kristin Ekkerhaugen, Satoshi Iiyama, Nicklas Ivarsson, Stephanie Jazmines, Yuko Konse, Sini Koskinen, IgnacioTraver Lafuente, Toni Lahti, Tomoyo Nakamura, Taeho Noh, Léa Pfister, María Inés Quirarte, Käbi Noodapera Ramel, Ivan Segato, Tanja Vallaster, Eduardo Wiegand
The walls, floors, and roofs were assembled flat, and then lifted up by crane and drilled together to form each module.