Tiny House Design

Less is More Sustainable & Attainable

34 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/home-porch/Could You Come Home to This Porch?Starting points for the design included a porch (teatime shelter on a rainy Oregon morning), a steep roof (18-in-12 pitch to relate the shed to the steep roof of the existing house), and no modern construction materials. We did use a modern design tool, though. Creating the design in SketchUp let us build the shed on-screen, right down to the number of studs. Our builder, Marv Glover, used both two- and three-dimensional views as he assembled the shed.” – Robyn Doyon-Aitken
via An Old-Time Garden Shed – Fine Homebuilding.
 

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/home-porch/

Could You Come Home to This Porch?

Starting points for the design included a porch (teatime shelter on a rainy Oregon morning), a steep roof (18-in-12 pitch to relate the shed to the steep roof of the existing house), and no modern construction materials. We did use a modern design tool, though. Creating the design in SketchUp let us build the shed on-screen, right down to the number of studs. Our builder, Marv Glover, used both two- and three-dimensional views as he assembled the shed.” – Robyn Doyon-Aitken

via An Old-Time Garden Shed – Fine Homebuilding.

h203-old-time-garden-shed-loft-finehomebuilding h203-old-time-garden-shed-finehomebuilding

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under steep roof tiny house tool shed Tiny House

30 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/cabanes-als-arbres-tiny-tree-house-lodging-spain/Cabanes als arbres, Tiny Tree House Lodging in SpainThe whole of the house has been built with untreated natural wood. The natural qualities and properties of the wood have been taken into account in order to give its maximum adequacy of use.” - Cabanes als arbres
Learn more about Cabanes als arbres


Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/cabanes-als-arbres-tiny-tree-house-lodging-spain/

Cabanes als arbres, Tiny Tree House Lodging in Spain

The whole of the house has been built with untreated natural wood. The natural qualities and properties of the wood have been taken into account in order to give its maximum adequacy of use.” - Cabanes als arbres

Learn more about Cabanes als arbres

Cabana Pit Roig

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under hotel Lodging Spain tree house Treehouse Tiny House

30 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/adak-adventure-trailer-off-road-micro-home/ADAK Adventure Trailer - Could be an Off-Road Micro Home?While it won’t tackle technical trails, it’ll certainly get you into the backcountry. The trailer includes 3 beds, a kitchen, shower, generator, and plenty of storage. These rugged trailers are built to be light (rolling weight is coming soon), strong, and able to handle many basic trails.” - ADAK Trailers
Learn more about these Off Road Trailers


Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/adak-adventure-trailer-off-road-micro-home/

ADAK Adventure Trailer - Could be an Off-Road Micro Home?

While it won’t tackle technical trails, it’ll certainly get you into the backcountry. The trailer includes 3 beds, a kitchen, shower, generator, and plenty of storage. These rugged trailers are built to be light (rolling weight is coming soon), strong, and able to handle many basic trails.” - ADAK Trailers

Learn more about these Off Road Trailers

ADAK Adventure Trailer - interior

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under bug-out camping off-road survival trailer Tiny House

66 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/live-silo/Could You Live in a Silo?Converted silo at the farm I visited this week. They’ve put in three stories—kitchen/bath at the bottom, office/sitting room above (where the balcony is), bedroom at the top. It’s all connected by a staircase that spirals around, and the sound of rain on the roof is lovely.” – Tea
via I want to live in a silo


Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/live-silo/

Could You Live in a Silo?

Converted silo at the farm I visited this week. They’ve put in three stories—kitchen/bath at the bottom, office/sitting room above (where the balcony is), bedroom at the top. It’s all connected by a staircase that spirals around, and the sound of rain on the roof is lovely.” – Tea

via I want to live in a silo

I want to live in a silo

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under Silo spiral stairs Tea on Flickr tiny house Tiny House

27 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/ann-pin-up-houses/Ann by Pin-Up HousesThis cottage is originally called The Pentagon Cabin, because of the walls which are spreading out at a diagonal angle from the floor. This cabin is one of the most popular shelters ever. Inside the cabin there is a huge space to live in and provide you comfortable housing.” – Pin-Up Houses
See more of Ann at Pin-Up Houses


Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/ann-pin-up-houses/

Ann by Pin-Up Houses

This cottage is originally called The Pentagon Cabin, because of the walls which are spreading out at a diagonal angle from the floor. This cabin is one of the most popular shelters ever. Inside the cabin there is a huge space to live in and provide you comfortable housing.” – Pin-Up Houses

See more of Ann at Pin-Up Houses

Inside Ann - Pin-Up Houses

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under Ann diagonal pentagon Pin-Up Houses Plans tiny house Tiny House

63 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/ecoperch/ecoPERCH



The ecoPERCH concept is based on Blue Forest’s famous tree houses. It’s natural, organic geometry maximises the relationship between the inside space and the outdoor setting, ensuring the structure sits harmoniously within the landscape.” – Tiny House Magazine
This is an excerpt from Issue 16 of Tiny House Magazine






Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/ecoperch/

ecoPERCH

The ecoPERCH concept is based on Blue Forest’s famous tree houses. It’s natural, organic geometry maximises the relationship between the inside space and the outdoor setting, ensuring the structure sits harmoniously within the landscape.” – Tiny House Magazine

This is an excerpt from Issue 16 of Tiny House Magazine

Inside ecoPERCH

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under design concept ecoPERCH tiny house Tiny House

35 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/yeta-log-cabin/Yeta Log Cabin - Slightly Stealthy HideawayThe Yeta Log Cabin looks like an innocuous stack of wood, but is actually a sustainably built, portable multi-purpose dwelling. Though only 12.5’ wide x 14.5’ long x 10.75’ tall this efficiently designed space includes a kitchen, bathroom, shower and solar panels for off-grid power.” - Ecohome
See more of this Off Grid Hideaway. Design and photos by Lab Zero.
 

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/yeta-log-cabin/

Yeta Log Cabin - Slightly Stealthy Hideaway

The Yeta Log Cabin looks like an innocuous stack of wood, but is actually a sustainably built, portable multi-purpose dwelling. Though only 12.5’ wide x 14.5’ long x 10.75’ tall this efficiently designed space includes a kitchen, bathroom, shower and solar panels for off-grid power.” - Ecohome

See more of this Off Grid Hideaway. Design and photos by Lab Zero.

yeta_log_cabin_solar_copyright_lab_zero yeta_log_cabin_raw_interior_copyright_lab_zero

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under Log Cabin Yeta Log Cabin Tiny House

42 notes

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/remote-island-sleeper-cabin-british-columbia/Remote Island Sleeper Cabin in British ColumbiaThe new residence was designed and situated to take the best possible advantage of the natural beauty of it’s remote island location. Materials were transported by barge and offloaded by crane. Trees that were removed from the property for construction were recycled and now serve as finished support posts for the home; beams were made to spec by a local sawyer on BC’s Sunshine Coast. ” - Quantum Construction
Learn more about this British Columbia Sleeper Cabin



Subscribe to Tiny House Design

New Post has been published on http://www.tinyhouseliving.com/remote-island-sleeper-cabin-british-columbia/

Remote Island Sleeper Cabin in British Columbia

The new residence was designed and situated to take the best possible advantage of the natural beauty of it’s remote island location. Materials were transported by barge and offloaded by crane. Trees that were removed from the property for construction were recycled and now serve as finished support posts for the home; beams were made to spec by a local sawyer on BC’s Sunshine Coast. ” - Quantum Construction

Learn more about this British Columbia Sleeper Cabin

Remote Island Sleeper Cabin in British Columbia - Porch

Remote Island Sleeper Cabin in British Columbia - Interior

Subscribe to Tiny House Design

Filed under british columbia Island remote Sleeper Cabin Tiny House