It’s always exciting when Michael Janzen is up to something and he recently announced an aerodynamic tiny house design that he’s working on.
The purpose of a little home like this is so that you can enjoy more of the benefits of a traditional travel trailer which are lighter in weight and more aerodynamic in comparison to the stick built tiny houses on trailers that we normally talk about.
So Michael’s idea with this design is to not only make it aerodynamically shaped but also make an effort to lower its weight by using lighter materials to build with.
He’s going with a 20′ trailer to support it and it will still include an entry porch so you can stay dry during the rain while fetching for your house keys. Michael mentions in the article, “I do plan to offer framing plans of this sometime in the near future – but no ETA at the moment.”
Michael has more information as well as photos of the exterior and interior for you to look at along with the original SketchUp files that you can download. Click here to read the complete original article.
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