Sicily Kolbeck, her mother, Suzannah, and dad/husband Dane decided on the perfect school project – a tiny house. Things were a little rocky at first but with determination the family moved forward with the project until everything slammed to a halt when Suzannah’s was informed her husband, Dane had been killed in a car accident., but Dane had been … Continue reading Mom and Daughter Build Tiny House
Deb Delman and Kol Peterson are the proprietors of Caravan Hotel in Portland, Oregon which is the first operational tiny house hotel in the U.S. Currently Delman and Peterson offer 3 different models. There is the 160 sq. ft. Tandom, the 120 sq.ft. Rosebud, and the 90 sq. ft. Pearl. Caravan is located on a lot … Continue reading 1st Tiny House Hotel in the United States
Hank Butitta was a frustrated architecture student who decided to turn concepts into reality by transforming a school bus into his thesis and 255 square foot mobile home. Floors are reclaimed gym flooring and lighting is high efficient dimmable LED. Design concepts many of which are theoretical can become poorly understood notes Hank.
Ever wonder how to best use small spaces more efficiently? Take a few moments and watch what these designers have created – it’ll blow your mind. Talk about AMAZING design technology for small spaces – this is it!
Okay so the video was made in 2008 but after you see it you’ll have to agree. Architect Yasuhiro Yamashita makes a box and then slices out the corner and adds glass. I guess you can’t classify it as a tiny house but you definitely classify it as small, elegant, and brilliantly designed. It’s a … Continue reading Small Japanese Home Uses Light To Appear Larger
Todd Miller’s 140-square foot tiny house that lets you cook, shower, sleep or just relax in an energy efficient and mobile package.
University of Oregon Ph.D. student April Anson was so intrigued by the tiny house concept she set out build one for herself, but of course with a few modifications.
About the size of a sailboat this Colorado tiny house built by Ann Holley and her partner Darren Macca represents what kind of swelling can be constructed for about $25,000.