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17 comments

  • Eric says:

    love it. finally a tiny house that doesn’t look like every other tiny house.

  • Lisa E. says:

    I’m not seeing a bathroom with shower, or a w/d combo. The necessities of life.

    • Curtis says:

      If you look closely behind the ladder in the 3rd and 4th picture, you can see a shower head coming out of the wall. Also looks as though there is something under the section of the slat flooring, maybe thats where the shower drains to?

  • Carol S. says:

    This is one of the few tiny houses I like! I love that it is bright inside. Would love to see pictures of the bathroom.

  • Ar-Jay says:

    Lisa E- can you not see the shower head behind the stairs? And if you look close the floor there has gaps, presumably for drainage so that corridor bit becomes the shower and I would assume then that there was a sink and w/c in the adjacent walked section for some privacy.

  • rick says:

    Unigue design ideas here, please bring your product to Australia, we are so far behind the rest of the world with this.

  • Is the window wall a later addition or is it convertible. The one wall seems to become a large”window” in some of the pictures where it is solid in others. One other thing that concerns me is the fact that the floor in front of the “bath” seems to be open to the outside….a “critter” entrance and shower drain

    • helenbeee says:

      I was thinking the same thing Id buy one in a flash :))

    • graeme says:

      If you follow the link and examine the company website, you’ll see the prototype house had perspex “i can can see it all from outside” walls. the final product has the smaller box window.

  • Sally Schrock says:

    Very, very cool and a refreshing, innovative departure from the plethora of cookie-cutter THs out there, but….. there’s no space for an office or lounge. By the way, Lisa E., I think the bathroom is situated just beyond the kitchen. Due to the openness of this design, this TH is probably best suited to moderate climates where there are no harsh winter temperatures and precipitation. I would like to see something like this with office/lounge space. I’m a graphic designer and need my workspace!

  • carrie says:

    Love it in such a lustful way!
    Again I have clothes….where do they go?
    I have a standard poodle (she’s 55lbs) we sleep together….I am 67 yrs…..we can’t get to that loft…..can’t do that beautiful ladder.
    INSANE for the height of ceiling. Want soft comfy couch for visitors and me. MUST have W/D and storgae.
    SOMEONE…please…take this beautiful place and tweek it for the above.
    carrie and PattiCake

  • carrie says:

    Huge thought….for the rest of us who live in weather torn climates……put it on a cement ‘cellar’…storage and W/D…just a thought and poured or cement block cellars are not expensive.
    ;~)

    • helenbeee says:

      Carrie go to their website this is just the basic pods they show plans for using multiple pods for different layouts.

  • Sebastien says:

    It has a little bit of Ikea feel. Maybe they should sell tiny house in a box.

    • helenbeee says:

      thats an awesome idea Id be pitching it IKEA who already do flatpack houses for Europe this could be the model for Australia & South East Asia where our climates are more like South Africa.

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