The housing designers solving urban living’s big problem
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Watch experts explain how tiny, transportable and modular homes could be the future of housing.

Small, modular, adaptable. These concepts are going to be key in tackling the issues that surround modern urban living.

“We believe micro-living could be the future of housing,” says Wilf Meynell, Director of Studio Bark architects in London.

“One of the main issues facing housing is overpopulation and density,” he adds. “With the correct design, there’s the potential for designers to change the perception of what a house is, what a bedroom is.”

Watch the video above to see BBC Designed explore how Studio Bark’s Shed Project and customisable housing concepts Wikkelhouse and KODA are encouraging the evolution of modern living.  

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