The Ark was created in March 2015, by Zyl Vardos, in Olympia, WA, USA. It is known worldwide for its unusual sculpted cedar exterior, flowing architectural lines, and astounding full-length arched windows.
The Ark is designed to be a comfortable living space for one or two people. It would also shine as an attention-getting, devastatingly unique vacation rental. It is energy efficient, built of natural materials, and easily convertible to off-grid use.
It’s a beautiful, custom designed and built 8′ x 22′ tiny home on wheels. The asking price is $88,000 OBO.
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I think there’s a general consensus on Tiny House Talk that Abel Zimmerman Zyl, of Zyl Vardos, is a master tiny house craftsman. Therefore, we should all be excited for his newest build, Belinda’s Little Bird!
The home features stunning french doors, no loft, tons of storage and a beautiful tiny Hobbit wood-burning stove. He finished it just recently, thus it’s snow-covered exterior! Abel said the house is now on a farm in Pennsylvania. Perfect!
It’s true! If you’ve seen his homes, you’ll know Zyl is a master craftsman, so getting to pick his brain every week is a real treat. Last week he spent an hour answering questions like how to make your exterior siding last and how many tiny homes he’s built. He also discussed how to seal the bottom of your tiny house, why nails can be better than screws, and why he doesn’t use much steel in his builds. Bonus: See his farm! You get all that (and way more!) for completely free.
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