Escape the chaos of daily life with Tiny Spaces: Iceland - a series where less is more and a connection to nature is vital.
Visit a breathtaking Glass Cottage under the Northern Lights, a Prefab Cabin nestled between a volcano and the ocean; a Water Tower painstakingly converted into a micro home, a Converted Barn given a new life by a local artist, and a special episode on the remarkable Turf Houses of Iceland.
How do these innovative spaces merge modern comforts with a minimalist ethos in extreme North Atlantic conditions?
Tiny Spaces: Iceland is an exclusive five-episode dive into small space living in one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
"An original commission from the Australian-based architecture streaming platform, these 12-minute micro-episodes are each as contained, precise and evocative as the small but unique Icelandic homes they profile.
Whether it’s a 24-square-metre glass cottage situated on an otherworldly plain beneath the Northern Lights or a converted water tower, these residences mix contemporary design and low footprint philosophies with science-fiction vistas and future-facing owners.
Director Damien Lipp establishes the basics both narratively and visually, but across an hour of viewing you can’t help but have your own imagination stoked."
- Craig Mathieson, Sydney Morning Herald