Jay Oistad is sharing his 8×12 Sunday tiny house design with us as part of our 2015 8×12 tiny house design contest. I’ll let Jay explain his design with you.
This THOW is built on a trailer 8′ by 12′, however the square footage without calculating the single loft and additional sleeping ca coon is 142 square feet,
Main TH is 96 square feet
Kitchen ” Room Roll Out ” is 32 square feet
Private office is 12 square feet
Extra space not included above:
Single Queen size loft 35 square feet
Single sleeping ca coon is 30 square feet
Total of extra, not included space is 75 square feet
Total of all space is 217 square feet.
Jay Oistad’s 8×12 Sunday House
Images © Jay Oistad
Images © Jay Oistad
The Sunday House is our interpretation of a 1900’s cottage. Our Sunday house is shown on an all aluminum trailer with double galvanized axles. This is our new Faast Track trailer which is fenderless and provides no obstructions for our design. Our method of construction is 2″ IMP Insulated Metal Panels with aluminum skins, resulting in an insulation R value of R 19. Even though the footprint is small, we offer a full, compact kitchen, with all the amenities that you would expect with a larger unit. Additionally, we have two folding decks that position themselves in an up position while transporting. Front and rear columns are detachable as front and rear porches are self supporting due to our integrated aluminum cage and roll bar technology. Due to it’s small size, this TH has a wet bathroom. Also, notice the private office for blogging. Upstairs, you have a Queen size loft and across the way is a twin size sleeping ca coon. If you get desperate for food you can eat the siding on this TH….it’s made of 60% rice husks, 30% common salt, and 10% mineral oil.lol. Windows are double insulated, recycled composite composition. Because this TH is both large and light, you can pull it behind a lightweight truck, SUV, or minivan, etc. This Th is the smallest one that we offer from our ” Tiny Wheeled Estate ” series.
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