Pin-Up Houses has created a low cost mini tiny house. Their estimated cost to complete it with labor is $11,000, but materials cost only $2,500. It’s just 70 square feet but light weight and can be towed by many vehicles. It’ has an insulated wooden structure. Inside the house features a sofa bed, stove, a spot for a chemical toilet, a small kitchenette, and storage space situated in clever built-in furniture. Oh and you can finish it in whatever color you like! Learn more about Magenta.
Video and photo by Pin-Up Houses.
Good Morning Texas featured David South and his Monolithic Dome Rental Units. These affordable rental units are being built all over the country to help meet the great need for affordable housing.” – Monolithic Domes on YouTube.
via: Monolithic Domes on YouTube. Learn more on the Monolithic Domes website. Below are some screenshots from the video above.
Compact dimensions allow the micro home to nest amidst small trees and shrubs and integrate into any landscape. The m-ch is delivered by trailer or light crane and may be arranged as a single unit raised above the ground on a light aluminium frame and placed in a garden for private use, as a ‘guest home’ or ‘teen home’ or in the countryside for weekend leisure activities.” – micro compact home
Learn more about the Micro Compact Home
Incredible photo of a tiny home. I especially like how the grape vine (right?) grows across the front of the house and over the doorway. See the original photo by Feniche here.
Dianne’s Rose was built to keep my wife happy, she was the inspiration asking for a more comfortable boat. For me I wanted it to get out on the water adventuring more often!” – Roy
See more of Dianne’s Rose at ShantyboatLiving.com. Learn more about the plans for this boat at Roy’s website.
Frazee used the existing stone chimney and concrete walls as a base for his shelter project, placing the steel and glass box on its sturdy concrete pad.
The glass sides and front door give ample lighting during the day, while candles and oil lamps provide incandescent light at night time. The side awning style windows open like wings, creating a cross breeze which effectively cools the small space inside.” – Inhabitat
Read more about this Tiny Desert Dwelling at Inhabitat.
Named Cabanas no Rio, which translates as cabins on the river, the two rustic structures offer a rural retreat for a pair of inhabitants.
One hut contains a living area, with a simple counter that can be used for preparing food, while the other accommodates a bedroom with a small toilet and sheltered outdoor shower.
Architects Aires Mateus used recycled wooden panels to build the walls, floors, roof and fittings of the two structures, leaving the material exposed both inside and out.” – Dezeen
Photography is by Nelson Garrido.