Tiny Spaces

Tiny Spaces

4 Episodes

Tiny Spaces delves into the stories behind small architectural dwellings in the native bushland of Victoria, Australia.

"These miniature marvels of Australian architecture and interior design are small but perfectly formed. So too is each snack-sized episode directed and shot by award-winning cinematographer Damien Lipp (Watch the Sunset).

Oikos, the instalment about an ochre-coloured steel beauty that offers panoramic holiday views from a hilltop in central Victoria, is a standout.

Lipp’s camera weaves magically through the ingeniously designed accommodation, showing how little spaces flow together to create the feeling of a much bigger one."

- Brad Newsome, Sydney Morning Herald

Explore the beautifully remote, intimate, and simple shelters of Tiny Spaces.

Tiny Spaces
  • Oikos

    Episode 1

    The multi-award-winning Oikos (pronounced eekos) is a sculptural creation that compliments the rugged precipice on which it perches. Extraordinary external angles enhance a dramatic, open-plan interior. Inside, smartly designed spaces with staggering outlooks are, from every angle, framed by brea...

  • Larnook

    Episode 2

    Tucked into a private corner of a 160-acre flower farm in the Dandenong Ranges, this shipping container retreat has been designed with consideration for its inhabitants and the surrounding environment.

    Designer: Kate Walker, Kate Walker Designs

  • Cortes Kiln

    Episode 3

    Nestled amongst the trees in the Victorian High Country on a 94-year-old walnut farm, the project is an Architecturally designed renovation on a 100-year-old existing Tobacco Kiln. Using the existing shack’s timber frame while repairing its awkward join to the kiln, a new separation brings in nor...

  • Eco Containers

    Episode 4

    Nestled within the stunning and peaceful bush of South Gippsland and built by sustainable building company Modhouse, the construction took on a family shared approach in the collaboration of the design and build. Father, daughter and son-in-law all came together to repurpose 3 shipping containers...