dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
dezeen:

Nickisch Sano Walder Architects has deconstructed an Alpine log cabin to create the framework for a stark concrete hideaway with the same footprint and form as its predecessor »
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
tinyhousedarling:

Cypress 18’ Equator
cabinporn:

Boathouse with multi-colored bunks in Hudøy, Norway.
Design by Snøhetta.
cabinporn:

Boathouse with multi-colored bunks in Hudøy, Norway.
Design by Snøhetta.
cabinporn:

Boathouse with multi-colored bunks in Hudøy, Norway.
Design by Snøhetta.

cabinporn:

Boathouse with multi-colored bunks in Hudøy, Norway.

Design by Snøhetta.


Bravely plunging into the unknown, Herrle decided to build the house of his dreams, hoping to lead a more Waldenesque self-sufficient life of simplicity. Best of all, his beloved fiancée also was of the same mind, so Herrle set about building their future home, keeping the footprint small but functional, and using salvaged materials whenever he could.
Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks. The rustic interior is lovely (we love the colourful Mexican ceramic sink), and the house itself is sited on a hillside porch that wraps around some trees and juts out 12 feet high off the ground on one side. (x)

Bravely plunging into the unknown, Herrle decided to build the house of his dreams, hoping to lead a more Waldenesque self-sufficient life of simplicity. Best of all, his beloved fiancée also was of the same mind, so Herrle set about building their future home, keeping the footprint small but functional, and using salvaged materials whenever he could.
Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks. The rustic interior is lovely (we love the colourful Mexican ceramic sink), and the house itself is sited on a hillside porch that wraps around some trees and juts out 12 feet high off the ground on one side. (x)

Bravely plunging into the unknown, Herrle decided to build the house of his dreams, hoping to lead a more Waldenesque self-sufficient life of simplicity. Best of all, his beloved fiancée also was of the same mind, so Herrle set about building their future home, keeping the footprint small but functional, and using salvaged materials whenever he could.
Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks. The rustic interior is lovely (we love the colourful Mexican ceramic sink), and the house itself is sited on a hillside porch that wraps around some trees and juts out 12 feet high off the ground on one side. (x)

Bravely plunging into the unknown, Herrle decided to build the house of his dreams, hoping to lead a more Waldenesque self-sufficient life of simplicity. Best of all, his beloved fiancée also was of the same mind, so Herrle set about building their future home, keeping the footprint small but functional, and using salvaged materials whenever he could.
Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks. The rustic interior is lovely (we love the colourful Mexican ceramic sink), and the house itself is sited on a hillside porch that wraps around some trees and juts out 12 feet high off the ground on one side. (x)

Bravely plunging into the unknown, Herrle decided to build the house of his dreams, hoping to lead a more Waldenesque self-sufficient life of simplicity. Best of all, his beloved fiancée also was of the same mind, so Herrle set about building their future home, keeping the footprint small but functional, and using salvaged materials whenever he could.
Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks. The rustic interior is lovely (we love the colourful Mexican ceramic sink), and the house itself is sited on a hillside porch that wraps around some trees and juts out 12 feet high off the ground on one side. (x)

Bravely plunging into the unknown, Herrle decided to build the house of his dreams, hoping to lead a more Waldenesque self-sufficient life of simplicity. Best of all, his beloved fiancée also was of the same mind, so Herrle set about building their future home, keeping the footprint small but functional, and using salvaged materials whenever he could.

Amazingly, Herrle was able to construct this tiny cabin of 11 by 14 feet in the woods for only $4,000 and in only six short weeks. The rustic interior is lovely (we love the colourful Mexican ceramic sink), and the house itself is sited on a hillside porch that wraps around some trees and juts out 12 feet high off the ground on one side. (x)

tinyhousedarling:

Tiny Studio from Dan Louche
For Sale - $37,000
tinyhousedarling:

Tiny Studio from Dan Louche
For Sale - $37,000
tinyhousedarling:

Tiny Studio from Dan Louche
For Sale - $37,000
tinyhousedarling:

Tiny Studio from Dan Louche
For Sale - $37,000
tinyhousedarling:

Tiny Studio from Dan Louche
For Sale - $37,000
tinyhousedarling:

Tiny Studio from Dan Louche
For Sale - $37,000
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.
smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project
In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.

smallandtinyhomeideas:

Via dwell | hat tip to the tiny project

In Oakland, California, two designers transformed a 100-year-old barn into a (very) cozy [400 sq ft] home of their own by redefining the functionality of walls and windowsills.

Q

Anonymous asked:

Thank you for posting links to cold-weather tiny homes resources! It's a little frustrating for us snowbirds that most of the designs are for more Southerly climes. I have to facepalm over the ask that you replied to with the info, though; Ottawa is one of the Southern-most parts of Canada...

A

Thank you so much for informing me! No matter the particular location that the ask was inquiring about, I was just looking to help anyone who had similar questions about the ability of tiny homes to withstand cold weather and harsh climates. I’m so glad to hear your positive feedback even if you did have to face palm over the minor error in the ask.

Q

Anonymous asked:

R these homes conceived for colder temperature such as winters very cold winters in north of Canada such as in and around Ottawa, Ontario CANADA

A

Hello! From what I can tell, depending on the heating and insulation of the home, it is possible for tiny homes to withstand the cold temperatures and harsh winters of certain places such as Canada. There are a number of articles and tiny house blogs that address this question very well so I hope these resources help.

Tiny Homes In Canada:

My Tiny Refuge

Tiny House Ontario

Leaf House

Hornby Island Caravans


Articles:

Tiny House in the Snow: Can Tiny Homes Handle Extreme Weather?

Q&A: How Do You Design Tiny Houses for Cold Climates?

luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website
luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website
luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website
luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website
luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website
luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website
luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany
Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.
Website

luxuryaccommodations:

The Urban Treehouse - Berlin, Germany

Set in a 650 sqm garden at the edge of Grunewald Forest, yet close enough to the hectic urban life of Berlin, lies The Urban Treehouse, a very special place consisting of two tree-shaped houses perched 4 meters off the ground level. Designed by Andreas Wenning from Baumraum - a leading architecture firm specialized in treehouses, the two innovative accommodation modules come with clean, cutting-edge design and bright, contemporary interiors appointed with all modern luxuries, from fully-equipped bathrooms and kitchenettes to plasma TVs and fresh, versatile furnishings.

Website

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