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This is the Little Prince Tiny House on Wheels (Le Petit Prince) by Baluchon, a tiny home builder out of France.

The tiny house The Little Prince is the first tiny house we make with a blanket and partial zinc cladding. Zinc is a durable material (life span of 80 to 100 years) waterproof, malleable and very aesthetic.1

Beautiful, isn’t it? Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Le Petit Prince Tiny House by Baluchon

Little Prince Tiny House by Baluchon_003

Images © Baluchon

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This is the Ondine Tiny House on Wheels by Baluchon.

It features a side entry and large dormers to give you extra spaciousness in the loft. What do you think? Could this be a design that you can live in year-round?

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Ondine Tiny Home on a Trailer by Baluchon

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Sebastien Cloarec and Guillaume Gilbert met each other in Engineering School in 2009. By the time 2017 rolled around, they created a company together called l’Atelier Des Branchés to build tiny houses.

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This is a tiny house on wheels built with sustainable material by Ty Rodou. The company is located in Landeleau, France and prices range from 27,000-45,000 euros. What do you think of their Pen Sardine THOW below?

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This is the La Boheme tiny house on wheels that sleeps four by Baluchon.

Its architecture is reminiscent of the shape of a small traditional house while integrating a good dose of modernity thanks to its large window with small wood and its luminous porch.1

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La Boheme Tiny House on Wheels

La Boheme Tiny House

Photos via Baluchon

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This is the 71 sq. ft. Cahute Tiny House on Wheels in Paris, France!

It’s available for you to book as a “tiny house vacation” using Cahute.

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The Cahute THOW You Can Rent in Paris!

The Cahute Cabin Tiny House on Wheels

Photos via Cahute.eu

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This is “La Librairie Itinérante” or, roughly translated into English, The Traveling (Tiny) Bookstore.

It was built by Pauline and Roman of La Maison Qui Chemine, a tiny house company in France:

“We are a young couple (24-27 years old) who have decided to build Tiny Houses for one year now. We’ve just made our first Tiny house for a bookseller: “La librairie itinérante.” He and his Tiny House are now moving from place to place, mostly villages without books or forsaken by shops, to sell used books at middle price, and to tell stories in the evening, free of charge, in the Tiny House. You just have to bring your slippers!”

Besides being beautiful and wonderfully clever, I love that the bookstore also includes a bathroom, office and loft bedroom for the owner. Enjoy the pictures and get more details below!

Related: Living the Tiny Dream: Our Interview with Brian & Alexis

La Librairie Itinérante: The Traveling (Tiny) Bookstore

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