The crib is a new prefab design intended to be used for a backyard office, guest house, studio, tiny house, hobby house, or weekend getaway.

There are two models–the basic crib has a 175 square feet interior along with 125 square feet of deck space front and back.  The full crib boasts 250 square feet of interior space along with 125 square feet of decks as well.

One of the neatest features of this design is the expandable deck area in the back.  As you will notice below there is a smaller deck where you enter the house in the front.  In the back there is a larger deck that is meant to act as an extension of the house during good weather.

How?  There is an aluminum garage door that opens the space up.  Can you imagine the view when you can open it up like this?  This is what’s special about this design.  (Does anyone think this design can be integrated into Tumbleweed style tiny houses?  Maybe a similar–but smaller–garage style opening along with a deck that folds out in the exterior.  What do you guys think?)

Anyways, take a look at the crib (prefab) below!

the crib tiny prefab house   175 sq ft Prefab House Named The Crib

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Photo credits go to the crib.  Found via Jetson Green and Design Milk through Twitter

You might also like the Tumbleweed Z-Glass House.  It’s larger at 392 square feet and features large windows.

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Alex

Alex has been living in small spaces for more than 7 years, he's the founding editor of TinyHouseTalk.com, and has passion for exploring and sharing tiny homes (from yurts and RVs to cabins and cottages) and inspiring simple living stories. Send in your story and tiny home photos so we can share and inspire others towards simplicity.

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  • Erica Romeo

    I can see how you could easily still put a loft up there–the length of the ceiling would still be the runner for the garage door . . . Hmm . . .

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  • tinyhousetalk

    I think it could work but it might interfere with a few things like shelving space. Still there could be a way around that, too.

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  • Andrea Afouch

    This is a great post! I love all the photos…. Where do they sell these? Or is it just a concept model?

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  • tinyhousetalk

    Hi Afouch! I have no pricing/purchasing information but anyone can request that here: info@thecrib.info :)

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  • Prefab offices

    This is a good information i got from here.The idea is probably right in all way, it will long last in coming future.Well prefer offices is the best idea as if space is really a big issue.

    Prefab offices

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  • Prefab offices

    This is a good information i got from here.The idea is probably right in all way, it will long last in coming future.Well prefer offices is the best idea as if space is really a big issue.

    Prefab offices

    Reply
  • Gloria Vincent

    Wow, that “garage” feature is amazing! Aren't some people geniuses to think up these ideas??

    Best regards,

    Gloria

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  • Alex

    I love the garage feature… it would be a deal maker for me!

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