Some tiny homes available on the market cost more than a standard size home. But thats not the way Scott Brown sees the tiny house movement… Using salvaged materials and a few gifted items — like a sweet woodstove — he built this little home for under $500. The home is only 83 square feet and sits on 20 acres of land that Brown’s friend owns.” – Inhabitat
Read and see more about this $500 tiny house built using salvaged materials at Inhabitat
The interiors have been designed with traditional Chinese feng shui accents that focus on well-being within the home. And all of this inside 200 square feet! They also have a one-bedroom model that runs 325 square feet.” – Inhabitat
Read and see more of the Nano Living System.
Dutch design studio Makkink & Bey created this tiny Buijtenbed trailer home to serve as a mobile dwelling that can be parked anywhere in the countryside. The unique pop-up guest room is entirely self-contained, and it can be transported by a standard farm trailer.” – Inhabitat
See more of Makkink & Bey’s Tiny Caravan in a Box
Dans mon arbre is a treehouse company in Grenoble, France. Each treehouse they build is one of a kind and designed for each individual tree and client. I was really impressed with all the different designs they’ve come up with so far and the high level of craftmanship. The treehouse pictured here is especially cool with shutters and awnings that open and close to help control the interior temperature. I first spotted this on Inhabitat.
Dans mon arbre
It’s always exciting to see the really big mainstream blogs, like Inhabitat, pick up on aspects of the small house movement. This time they posted an article on Sheds and their wide range of uses.
Sheds on Inhabitat