Steven, here are a couple of highlights about the home; the exterior is cold-rolled steel that was treated with hydrogen peroxide and salt water to induce rapid rusting. The unit has two lofts. The kitchen, front door and stair treads were all made from scratch, by my brother-in-law Greg Dewey. They were constructed from wormy maple and the front door weighed in excess of 250lbs! We used lighting from a company in New York (West Ninth Vintage) for a unique look, along with the fans (Fanimation). The counter top is a concrete counter and we took the shards from the metal work and inlaid those scraps into the concrete while it was setting. The bathroom has some fun features, it has an oil pan for the sink and a horse watering trough for the tub. The customized on/off valve for the controls on the tub and sink were an in-house creation by Carl Frazier. It is topped off by a commercial grade metal roof. The unit was commissioned by one of our clients and designed by me, specifically for her and her 7 yr old son and lastly we had a large number of folks that worked on this project (which appeared on the Tiny House Nation season 3 episode 3) for which I am grateful for all of their help and I’d also like to specifically like to thank my staff, Greg Dewey, James MacInnes, Carl Frazier, Andrew Lyday, Craig Slama, Noah MacInnes and Jake Frazier. Great job guys and thank you!
A tiny house on wheels designed by Maximumus Extreme in Ogden, Utah.