Tag Archives: construction

Lindley Tiny House by Tiny Life Construction

The Lindley tiny house by Tiny Life Construction is built on a custom 20-foot trailer. It’s 8’6″ wide and 13’4″ tall. The primary sleeping space is a loft with ample headroom, but it also has space on the main level for a futon sofa to accommodate guests. The exterior can be finished in natural or […]

Woody – Brian & Joni Buzarde’s Tiny House

Altogether, Woody cost about $50,000 to build. The couple put Brian’s skills as a recent architecture school graduate to the test by designing it themselves. They decided early on that they would take on all of the construction work, too, even though they had no experience.” – Dwell Read and see more of Woody, a tiny house built by […]

A Cabin Built in Six Days for $6K

…we managed to erect a solid ~200 square foot cabin over 6 days of building. The project consumed ~40 working hours, 264 two-by-fours, 3,000 photos which add up to this time-lapse video and about $6,065.62 excluding the land we built on.” – Six Day Cabin Read more about Six Day Cabin. I first saw this on Small […]

Luxury Tiny House by Chris Heininge Construction

The Tiny House is just under 10 X 20 feet and 15 feet high. 2″x4″ Framed Select Doug Fir with 3/4″ AC Exterior Plywood. R-MAX Foam batts in walls, floor, and ceiling…” – Chris Heininge Construction See more of this Tiny House by Chris Heininge Construction.

Tiny Boat Dock Living – Design by Bercy Chen Studio

Located on a bend in Lake Austin across from Canyonland Nature Preserve, the site is suggestive of the elliptical form that maximizes the beautiful views of the undulating hills beyond.” – Bercy Chen Studio See more of the Shore Vista Boat Dock by Bercy Chen Studio

Structural Insulated Panels – An Alternative to Traditional Framing

Using SIPs instead of traditional stick-framing with insulation also allows us to have thinner, yet more stable walls, which allows us to maximize interior space every inch is valuable when youre talking about living in 175 sq. ft. as well as increase the “road-durability” of our house. As an added bonus, SIP walls go up […]

Shannon is Building The Pioneer Cabin

Shannon is building the Pioneer’s Cabin, a 16’x20′ cabin I designed. His house is located on 14.5 acres just north of Birmingham, AL and will be used by his family part time. It will be most likely fully off-grid with power from solar panels and/or a generator. He’ll be using live edge siding and pine […]

Markus Shares His Tiny House Building Process

Take careful note of the building technique he uses for the walls and roof. You won’t see that much in the USA but Markus reports it works great for cold climates. The house is 17 sqm and the lofts are 10,5sqm so its a pretty big tinyhouse on wheels. Ceiling hight is almost 4m inside. […]

Installing Tiny House Skylights

Skylights have been installed on our little tiny roof! We have two larger skylights in the great room and a smaller one above the bedroom loft for stargazing and the like. We had a little hiccup with the skylights since Lowes sent us the wrong ones and we didn’t figure it out till it got installed. […]