This stick-built tiny house was designed for a couple. The owner had used a college savings fund to create a tiny dream home on a flagpole lot that was subdivided. The original single wide trailer was removed and new utilities were brought in.
The home was designed to be very affordable both to build and to live in.
The opposing shed roof design created the butterfly appearance and offered natural daylight into each vaulted area.
The house is 624 square foot in total.
A few features included a manifold plumbing system, open cell foam throughout and a Japanese inspired three-way room partitioned by Shoji screen pocket doors that come together at a T-intersection. This design created a division for studio, bedroom and living space for privacy when needed or an open floor plan otherwise.
This little home is just what the client wanted and very energy efficient!
Clerestory windows installed to light up this open concept kitchen/dining/living area.
Clad exterior in a post-consumer recycled steel board and batten siding with a 50 year finish.
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