Today’s post features a tiny house based on one of Humble Homes’ own tiny house plans. Shaye and Tom are a Kiwi couple embarking on the adventure of building – not just one – but several houses. So far they’ve created a small, cosy cottage made from cob, and they’re currently in the middle […]
Joseph Tayyar, a 50 year old creative animator, has transformed a truck into a comfortable mobile house, with a large PV system mounted to its roof providing power for the interior. The initial inspiration for the project came from TV program featuring tiny houses on wheels.
Joseph decided to apply his experience of carpentry […]
Since I last posted about NOMAD Micro Homes, they’ve created an IndieGoGo campaign, and have gone viral almost overnight. The tiny house company has been popping up frequently on UK, and US based websites, and magazines over the course of the last week.
The design of their tiny 10 foot square house is one […]
Christi Azevedo is no stranger to working on small projects of historical significance – just last week we posted about her fantastic boiler room conversion to a tiny guest house. This week, we’re sharing her work on the restoration of a dilapidated carriage house in Oakland.
The carriage house was originally built in 1908, […]
Project submitted by Jeffrey: This is my tiny home dome. It was built for just $200, and comprises of reclaimed materials, milled on site lumber and mud.
The design is a geodesic dome with a 5 sided roof added on top. The dome is earthen plastered inside and lime plastered outside. It is insulated with […]
This tiny, 93-square-foot, house has been converted from a brick boiler room (first built in 1916) to a guest house. The challenge of transforming the boiler room into a home was undertaken by architect and metal worker, Christi Azevedo.
The kitchen features Ikea cabinetry that spans the length of the rear wall. Instead of adding […]