Aaron Kimberlin’s ‘Willo Wonder’ Gets National Attention

Aaron’s Distinctive Guest House

Each year, the  home design website Apartment Therapy invites readers from around the world to submit photos of their beautiful small spaces under 1000 square feet. This year, Phoenix architect (and DVC friend), Aaron Kimberlin‘s 416 sf. Willo guest house (where he lives) was accepted in the Tiny (sub 600 sq.ft.) category of Apartment Therapy’s 7th Annual Smallest Coolest Home Contest.

Small Cool Phoenix—Aaron's Willow Wonder 1

Here’s what Aaron had to say in his entry:

What I Love About My Home

I love the fact that even though my guest house is only a little over 400 square feet, I was able to maximize the space into 5 distinct useable areas that really contribute to the design of the space as a whole.

Biggest Challenge in Furnishing My Home

Finding pieces that complemented each other color and design wise.

Please got to the Apartment Therapy site and vote for Aaron’s ‘Willo Wonder!” It would be great to prove to the world that within our sprawling metropolis there are some small cool oases.

Small Cool Phoenix—Aaron's Willow Wonder 2

Small Cool Phoenix—Aaron's Willow Wonder 3

Small Cool Phoenix—Aaron's Willow Wonder 4

Small Cool Phoenix—Aaron's Willow Wonder 5

Small Cool Phoenix—Aaron's Willow Wonder 6

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About Yuri Artibise

I am a community driven policy analyst, community engagement practitioner and social media specialist.

Posted on April 9, 2011, in Architecture, Downtown Vitality, Real Estate, Willo and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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