Even a tiny house needs appliances.
Haier America demonstrated that tight living quarters don’t have to lack in functionality (or style) at Dwell on Design Los Angeles, the design trade show held last week.
As part of the show’s Small Space Living Solutions area, the majap manufacturer’s appliances, electronics and ductless air conditioners were incorporated into one of Cocoon9’s container homes. These prefab “plug-and-play houses” are said to contain smart technology, energy efficiencies and versatile spaces, delivered fully assembled with quality construction and high-end finishes within four months.
“We design our appliance solutions for the challenges and opportunities that come with small-space living,” said Paul Riley, sales and marketing senior VP, Haier America. “We thought showcasing our solutions in a container home is a great way to present the versatility and function with integrated styling.”
Haier, whose corporate parent Haier Group recently acquired GE Appliances, is a frequent flier at the Dwell on Design shows. It used last year’s Los Angeles event to launch its Urban Kitchen line of small-space appliances, and returned to the New York event in the fall.