Maximal Minimal is a project study for 5 Tiny Houses built together. The project uses a remaining area of the plot of an old farmhouse and creates additional living space for up to 10 people. The project seeks to generate maximum quality in a minimal space and offer added architectural value over traditional 2-room apartments. An overheight hall is flexibly occupied and serves either for living, dining, working or relaxing. In the rear third of the unit are compactly organized a bathroom and a kitchen, which also serves as an entrance space with storage options. Above these serving rooms is a sleeping gallery with a view to the hall and outdoor. The folding windows of the hall can be opened completely and the interior becomes a covered outdoor space. Part of the roof is intensively greened and used as a communal outdoor space, while the other part uses photovoltaic panels to supply energy to the units. A hybrid, sustainable construction principle of steel and wood allows rapid construction and can be transported to another building site if required.