Happy New Year everyone! Let’s take a quick look at some of the most popular small and tiny houses of 2015.
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“Created by manufacturers based in Austrian, the Wohnwagon (translated as Living Wagon) is an environmentally friendly tiny house on wheels that boasts an array of eco-credentials. The house has been designed by a small company, also called Wohnwagon, in Vienna…”
“This tiny house is just 280-square-feet, and has been designed and built by Chris Heininge. The house is located in Aurora, Oregon, however it’s currently on sale and could find itself a new home soon. Thanks to its small size, it can be transported with ease by flatbed trailer…”
“Called the Escape Traveler, this tiny house has been created by the same people responsible for the hugely popular ESCAPE mobile cabin. Their latest development is built on the same ethos as its predecessor…”
“This beautifully crafted tiny house can be found in Washington. It’s been constructed by Kerry Alexander of Hope Island Cottages, and features some modern luxuries…”
“This concept shipping container house has been designed by architect Dan Sparks…”
“This tiny apartment of just 175 square feet (15 square meters) features some rather ingenious design ideas in order to make the most of the – limited – space available to it…”
“Architect, Christoph Kaiser, has created this inventive tiny house out of a 1950’s grain silo. Set in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, the silo has been converted into a very cozy, modern home for Christoph and his wife…”
“Designed by ALT Architeckti, this small timber house can be found on a hillside in Central Bohemia, Czech Republic. The house is located in a no-build zone, however the new home was able to replace an existing 1950’s summer house…”
“This portable tiny house from Austria has been designed by Gerhard Feldbacher. The house, called Simple Home, can be transported by a flatbed truck and features legs that support the house, acting as its foundation…”
“Dubbed the Raven Loft and perched among the trees of Pender Island in Canada, this tiny treehouse serves as a home for its builder, Geoff de Ruiter. Geoff, who is a graduate student of Northern British Columbia, sees it as a means of living a more sustainable lifestyle…”