Affordable housing is becoming an increasing issue. On Lunchbox Architect, one of our priorities is to feature homes that are affordable for their demographic. Obviously the whole concept of 'affordable' is subjective and geographically specific. In Lunchbox Architect's case, we try to feature homes that are low budget or low cost relative to other homes in the area. You won't see any multi-million dollar mansions here. Instead, you'll find well-designed, affordable homes.

Check out the affordable housing previously featured on Lunchbox Architect

The Exploding! Shed House by David Weir Architects (via Lunchbox Architect) The Exploding! Shed House by David Weir Architects
Featured Project Industrial Home/Studio Compliments Illustrator's Punchy Aesthetic A compact weatherboard cottage explodes from the sides of a prefabricated shed to provide space for an illustrator to live and work.
Pump House by Branch Studio Architects (via Lunchbox Architect) Pump House by Branch Studio Architects
Cubby House by Edwards Moore Architects (via Lunchbox Architect) Cubby House by Edwards Moore Architects
Featured Project Cubby House: A Fun Little Hideaway for Sophisticated Adults Edwards Moore Architects's Cubby House is a pint-sized apartment packed full of fun. A cubby house made not for kids, but for sophisticated adults.
Lego Apartment by Barbara Appollini Architect (via Lunchbox Architect) Lego Apartment by Barbara Appollini Architect
Featured Project Lego Apartment: Watch As This Micro Apartment is Rearranged Like Lego This micro apartment is like an empty shell - to cook, dress, sleep, eat or entertain you have to rearrange modules and 'build' a new space. It's like lego!
Doll's House by Edwards Moore Architects (via Lunchbox Architect) Doll's House by Edwards Moore Architects
Featured Project Doll’s House: Smallest House on the Street is Transformed The age-old advice is to buy the worst house on the best street. Doll's House was the smallest house in the trendiest neighborhood, does that count?
The Studio by Nicholas Gurney (via Lunchbox Architect) The Studio by Nicholas Gurney
Featured Project The Studio: Mighty Mouse Apartment Punches Above Its Weight The Studio is inspired by Mighty Mouse. Bright red, yellow and matte black, this tiny apartment is designed to pack a punch -- in spite of its size.
Mount Ninderry House by Sparks Architects (via Lunchbox Architect) Mount Ninderry House by Sparks Architects
Featured Project Mount Ninderry House: Low Budget Sustainable House in Picturesque Surrounds Mount Ninderry House is a sustainable house that takes full advantage of its stunning natural setting without the extra cost. And check out that pool!