The Caravan, a Tiny House Hotel in Portland, across 11th Avenue from Radio Room, hosted its own viewing of Portlandias tiny house episode, then roasted Smores.” – OregonLive.com
Learn more about the Tiny House Hotel in Portland, Oregon. Read all about Smore tiny houses: Squeezing around Caravans campfire at OregonLive.com. Photo by Michael Lloyd, OregonLive.com Staff.
The goal was to have the ability to build a fast and affordable hotel that offered lodging for Tepoztlan tourist. With a projection of 20 rooms, we began building the first modules. Unlike the hotel of Andreas Strauss, we place the rooms (tubes) in three modules to harness the ground as possible much as possible.” – ArchDaily
Learn more about the TuboHotel by T3arc at ArchDaily.
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
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A sauna in the woods is both natural and sensible. The ancient Greek philosopher Plato saw the connection between trees and steam baths. It’s the reason he moved his lessons to a garden next to the popular steam bathhouse. Plato knew that trees and steam baths together made the perfect stimulus for philosophical thoughts and ideas.” – Treehotel
This would make a great tiny house. See more at the Treehotel.
The lodgings are 3.50 m above the ground, reached via a steel ladder; the ventilated, insulated façade and the inside walls are covered with untreated larch. Each unit has a total area of 35 square metres plus an 11 square metre patio, offering plenty of space for enjoying the woods from above.” – Livegreen Blog
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Small portable housing in a standard 20-foot shipping container. Another example of semi-portable micro housing.
Our pop-up hotel offers a readymade answer: a compact yet luxurious hotel room, equipped with all the mod cons: a box-spring bed, rain shower, iPod docking station and air conditioning – all contained in a 20ft recycled sea container.” – Sleeping Around
See more of these Compact luxurious hotel rooms
“Developed as an idea for the tourism industry, austrian firm studio WG3 has conceived the ‘hypercubus‘, a mobile hotel room.” – studio WG3
See more at ArchDaily. Photos by Karin Lernbeiß.