Thanks to Tini we have a new housing concept. They are industrialised modular buildings made entirely in Spain in 60 days. They are easy to transport wherever you want and come fully finished and equipped, ready for you to enjoy from day one.
For the lighting in these houses, it was decided to use different light fixtures in different completed projects according to functional and aesthetic needs.
Do you want to know more? In this article we show you some examples of these houses and what the process was like.
This is a house located in La Rioja, formed by joining two tailor-made tini® M modules.
The result was a comfortable house laid out in an open-plan space dedicated to the living room, dining room and kitchen, with a full bathroom. The second module houses the bedrooms around a pretty porch, around which the life of the house revolves, connecting indoor life with the landscape and the pool.
Both the porch and the bedrooms are accessed from the outside, with floor to ceiling windows enabling maximum use of natural sunlight.
Finishes combining top-quality and affordable materials with elegant aesthetic solutions were sought.
This is why for the lighting our SCUBA wall light was chosen, an industrial style light fixture manufactured in stainless steel that fits in with a multitude of indoor and outdoor spaces thanks to its IP66.
A clear example of balance between invocation and tradition, alongside nature.
The second tini® module is a refuge in the middle of a typical landscape north of Madrid. Protected and embraced by a large holm oak tree, it was placed in such a way to have zero impact and to appear as if it had always been there.
This rough exterior contrasts with the great warmth of the interior, entirely clad in birch wood and with an oak floor. For the lighting, our aluminium STAN wall light was used, which allows us to use various degrees of aperture in order to have general and accent lighting.
In this case, the client wanted to be fully immersed in the oak grove, so solar control low-e glass windows were installed to achieve this effect along with great thermal control.
The result is very warm space, a refuge completely connected to its environment.
Lastly, we find the first house of a large estate in Cuenca. It is a dwelling with a galvanised steel facade and an interior with wooden walls and ceilings, an oak floor, pine furniture and an indoor chimney for autumn and winter.
What’s more, it has a terrace to enjoy spring and summer days. Its slightly elevated location means that it has some excellent views into an oak grove.
For the lighting in this house, an original touch was sought and so in the kitchen zone our PAM pendant light was installed, a modern style light fixture that provides the space with decorative and environmental lighting.
A true display of design, modernity and quality in the materials.
Would you like to live in the house of your dreams? With tini® you can have the house you always imagined that is 100% self-sufficient in terms of electricity, water and sanitation connections.