Russia's BIO Architects have hit this one out of the park. The challenges of remote locations and severe weather, oh and creating a floating tiny house were not only met, but exceeded.
Liam Culbertson and Rachel Newby managed to scrounge materials they needed to build their very own tiny house for under $400 US dollars!
By using recycled and upcycled materials, Rebekah was able to transform the garage into a tiny home for just $2,000—here's how they did it.
Watch the video as man builds tiny house for this family of four for under $5,000 using upcycled and repurposed items and materials sourced from the internet.
Tiny houses tick all the right boxes; they are sustainable and versatile, they are portable and functional and (perhaps most importantly) they allow you to own a home without shackling yourself to a mortgage for the next twenty years.
Meet modulOne, an off-grid, solar-powered 3D-printed prefabricated home which is the brainchild of Ukrainian company, PassivDom. The tiny house is self-sufficient and doesn't need a hookup to power or plumbing thanks to its water-storage system and solar panels.
As the Tiny House Movement gains traction, designers and builders are thinking outside the box to find brilliant ways to use small spaces. Here are just a few examples of tiny houses that are breaking the mold and challenging all the reservations you had about living in a small space.
Building a tiny house? Here are some basic free tiny house floor plans that will help you to get an idea of your options. Remember to think practically and to maximize the use of every inch of space.