Living area looking towards the window.
Plan view of the model unit.
View from the corridor. All the piping is on the corridor side of the unit for ease of access and rapid hookups to building systems. Corridors are finished on site. Unit interiors are completely finished when delivered to a site.
Living area looking through the window.
Model from above.
Living area looking towards the Bath.
Section view showing the kitchenette and clothing storage cabinet.
All the piping is on the corridor side of the unit for ease of access and rapid hookups to building systems. Corridors are finished on site. Unit interiors are completely finished when delivered to a site.
Project 56.1 an example of a project that I'mHomeToo units can be assembled into: 56 units, 4 stories of residential units over a concrete base. Stairs, elevator, first floor, roof, exterior siding and site work would be completed by a general contractor on site.
the floor plan.
I'mHomeToo is a 265 SF mini unit that can be coupled and stacked with other units. Designed for urban homeless individuals, I'mHomeToo provides a living unit that is warm, safe and dry and, gives dignity by providing residents with a private self-supporting unit. Units are fully accessible, and include a full bath and kitchenette. There is a lot of natural light from the large window. The unit’s heat pump system provides very efficient heating and cooling. I'mHomeToo units can be also be used for students, senior housing or urban pied-à-terres. I'mHomeToo is a good solution for either affordable or market-rate housing.
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