A Tiny Rock-Shaped Cabin in the Swiss Alps

The tiny cabin was commissioned during an artist residency at the Verbier 3D Foundation. Despite its outward appearance, the interior is a cozy, modern, habitable space. The inside has been finished entirely in light wood, with several pull-downs and fold-away items to form the different living areas.” – Humble Homes

Read and see more of this Tiny Rock-Shaped Cabin in the Swiss Alps at Humble Homes.

Emerald Moss House – Inspiring Tiny House Sculpture by Sally Smith

Now to the details of this house… this one is one of the larger sculptures that I’ve built. I had found this patch of moss clinging to a cliff area and it begged for a house to be built here, so I did!

It took me 4 days just to collect all the stones and bring them to the site… there were no stones at all in this area so they all were gathered from a stream bed that was about a half a mile away. The house took many more days to build. The window circle alone took me a whole day. The porch “roof” is a lovely fungus I found on a fallen log on the trail in.”

Read more about this sculpture at Greenspirit Arts…

We’d love to see ideas like this, because they can inspire folks to build tiny homes from natural materials in natural spaces.

Tiny House in a Landscape – On a River

A tiny house on a perch in a river. I’m thinking I’d want pontoons on this house just in case of a flood – ha ha.

“This weeks Tiny House in a Landscape was sent to me by Ambershawn Ruse who received it as a photo of the day wall paper from National Geographic. It is entitled River House, Serbia and is a photograph by Irene Becker.”

via Tiny House in a Landscape.