We begin with Tall Man’s Tiny House a home designed by brothers Adam and Aaron Leu (who are both 6′ 7″ tall–hence the name of the home)! What makes a house tiny? Generally the phrase “tiny house” refers to a dwelling that is less than 1000 square feet. And this compact home definitely qualifies…
In the next featured image we get a closer look at the way a curved silo adds a tiled wall effect to this charming bathroom. Traditional features combine with the industrial backdrop created by the silo wall.
The spacious dining room a modern kitchen a home bar and plush bedrooms await you inside. The patio with an open fireplace a refreshing pool and plenty of deck space allows you to enjoy many an evening outside while taking in the numerous sights and sounds of the surrounding landscape.
If we were the woman in the next image we would be gazing at the beautiful green lawn outside thanking our lucky stars for the expansive windows that allow for such a wonderful view. And planning a little picnic in the slatted structure outside which is called Pergola. This shade building can rest beside a home or it can be a welcome addition to the garden. Optional features (such as a glass roof) allow you to customize the item to best suit your needs.
Can you see yourself living in a house on wheels? Would it be difficult for you to downsize or would you find the experience liberating? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below…
Next we see the opposite view of the home which reveals the remainder of the staircase as it sweeps across the orb-like structure at a diagonal. This self-supporting housing solution is designed for the post-oil world. Sturdy and waterproof the home boasts a carbon-positive design that can actually give energy back!
Speaking of the inside below we see a shot of the home’s interior which includes a bay window that makes the space truly feel like home. Especially when accented with a vase of blooms! In one more interior shot we get a closer look at the home’s bamboo floors and sidingas well as the Masonite walls. For more information check out Forge Ahead Construction.