While these flats from designers bicbloc are not the sort of tiny homes most readers will want to live in, they are interesting in terms of how space has been used.
Bicbloc worked on a four-storey Victorian house in London to turn it into 14 serviced studio apartments each measuring 18 sqm. There are plenty of what they call "volumes intersecting with each other" to provide a bed, kitchen, bathroom and storage using wood-veneered panels in smoked walnut and black oak. Here's how they describe it:
The double bed is reached by a set of stairs which also allocate a pull-out table for dinning or work-desk use. A kitchen with fridge, hob, oven-microwave and shelves is hidden behind a pair of foldable doors. The occupants benefit from a large amount of storage underneath the bed, side cupboard and over-head units. A porcelain-tiled bathroom with walk-in shower sits next to these main volumes.