This former cab office in London was bought and renovated by designers Nina Tolstrup and Jack Mama who run Studiomama, turning the property into a tiny house which they call the 13m2 house.
The build includes a fold-up bed (which disguises two bookshelves), a workspace, kitchen, bathroom, and dining area, all with pastel-coloured sliding doors. Lots more images at the links above and here's what they said about it:
"We wanted to get the space to work intuitively, without too many electronic or hidden functions. We see the issues of how to live in a compact living space to be of growing importance, especially given the trends towards urbanisation and rise of megacities and wanted to use the project to pose a question about what are the things that we really need to live comfortably."