Here’s a very simple and small tiny house that’s designed to add a little space for those that need a guest room, office, lookout, studio, sanctuary, party shack, play room, or retreat. It also has a roof top deck!
It can be easily towed by a half ton truck, and built on a CSA certified 8′ x 16′ trailer. The walls, ceiling and floor are insulated. The walls are covered in yellow poplar and the floor are birch. Eastern cedar shingles complete this beautiful tiny house.
On the inside it’s just a simple room. For those that need more than just a little more space, some additional finishings would be needed.
Visit the Full Moon Tiny Shelters website to learn more.
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The Cabin Porn Book is a collection of inspiration for those who obsess over all things cabin. The book (and blog) was created by a group of friends who preserve 55 acres of hidden forest in Upstate New York. Here’s what some say about the book:
“The greatest collection of cabin inspiration ever assembled.” — Outside Magazine
“An enchanting rabbit hole of tiny handmade houses…” — The New York Times
“What’s surprised me about this book is how moving it is. It’s sweet to look at beautiful photos of woodsy cabins; it’s calming and the pictures are lovely. But the stories about the work behind the cabins – that’s the magic.” — Powell’s
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Designed by Studio 1984, the “Nest” is a compact eco-home concept made from wood and straw. It was originally conceived as an entry to Archi<20, a design competition for low-cost, environmentally-friendly architecture in France.
Around a wooden frame, straw bales are attached. A simple roof keeps it dry. The interior can be used for whatever you imagine. This example was built in three weeks and sits on an acacia wood frame so it leaves little to no impact when removed.
Read more about it a New Atlas.
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Artist Jay Nelson built a new tiny house in Hawaii and sent photos to Lloyd Kahn at The Shelter Blog. See more photos at Small and Tiny Home Ideas. See more of Jay Nelson’s habitable art.
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This 1959 Chevrolet Viking School Bus’s restoration was spearheaded by Will Winkelman of Winkelman Architecture. It can be used as a camper, transport 12 people, sleep 4, and be used as a guest room at his home in Portland, Maine.
The restoration required lifting the body off the frame and fabricating some replacement parts. While it may look like a groovy old school bus, a lot of time and effort has gone into this restoration. Photos by Winkelman Architecture.
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The house pictured here is a vacation rental on the Mendocino Coast.
“Remote, quiet cabin with loft bedroom and small, southern-exposure deck offer creative sanctuary. Efficient, small galley, wood stove, on-demand heater and hot water, handcrafted woodwork. Rustic, yet elegant. 7 miles to the store or gourmet restaurants. Dozens of beaches, trails, bikeways, rivers, state parks to explore. Main room is 225 sq ft with cathedral ceiling and a 120 sq ft loft.” – Karen
Read more and possibly book a stay: Handcrafted Hideaway Near Mendocino in Albion
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