Another Stunning Tiny Outbuilding from Red River Restorations

This 140 sq/ft building was designed to match the main house. It features a curved roof, hand made sash weighted windows with wavey glass, wood screens, an entry door to match the main door, crosses and brackets that match the original design, wood and stucco siding, hand crafted louvers, stone skirting around the pier and beam foundation.” – Red River Restorations

See more of these tiny outbuildings in Austin, TX

Brevard Tiny House Sneak Peak – Love the Model!

Another sneak peek of our next Tiny House! We’ll have a photo of the complete ‘teeny’ Tiny House by the end of the week! …As a young company, located just south of Asheville, NC, we have an eagerness to jump into new projects, and offer flexibility and openness to your input in ways that larger companies are unable to do.” – Brevard Tiny House

Read more about Brevard Tiny House. You can also find Brevard Tiny House on Facebook.

Waterfront Cabanas in Portugal

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.

Le Nuage by Zébra3/Buy-­Sellf

“French designers Zébra3/Buy-­Sellf have designed a prefabricated holiday home in the shape of a cloud that sits next to a lake in south-west France (+ slideshow).

Le Nuage (The Cloud) cabin by Zébra3/Buy-Sellf was designed for the Urban Community of Bordeaux (CUB)…”

Finely Crafted Caravan

I can’t even imagine the number of hours that have gone (and will still go) into this finely crafted caravan. Amazingly high level of quality here.

“As you can probably guess I have been very busy. I don’t have much time still and will do some much more detailed writing on the caravan project at a later date, however for now here are some photos of the trailer in its current state taken by the talented Thomas Lay.”

See all the photos and whats he building in there?: Update!