It is a very different plan from most tiny homes, divided by the lofts into three zones, one washroom, one living area and one kitchen and dining. As shown it can accommodate six; that will be cozy around the dinner table. I also think the full size range is overkill, but they offer a two-burner induction stovetop as an option.” – Lloyd Alter for Trehugger
Source: Talented architect tackles the tiny house and comes up with a mini gem : TreeHugger. Photos by Escape Traveler
An introduction to Namekagon Cabins, a manufacturer of park model & sleeping cabins located in Northern Wisconsin:
“The Park Models start out at $34,000.00 and are generally used as a part time seasonal home. They are built with standard construction methods, 2 x 4 walls, 2 x 8 floor joists and engineered roof trusses. Interior consists of pine car siding and dry wall. They also come with functional kitchens and 3/4 baths. Sleeps 4 comfortably.
Sleeping Cabins start out at $12,000.00. They make for great guest houses, hunting shacks or rentals units for resorts. The sleeping cabins are built using the same techniques as the Park Model cabins. Most sleeping cabins only have electric with no running water within the cabin. They sleep 4 – 6 comfortably usually with a queen bed, bunk bed and a futon. Sleeping cabins can either be built on a trailer or on skids.”
Learn more about Justin’s Park Models and Sleeping Cabins.