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Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding!

This is a tiny house located in the Netherlands with rock climbing siding.


It belongs to Elke Rabé and is featured on his Facebook page called My Tiny Home.

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Custom Tiny Home on Wheels w/ Rock Climbing Siding!

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding


Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Tiny House with Rock Climbing Siding

Highlights

  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom with shower/sink combination
  • Rock climbing wall
  • Loft
  • Recycled materials

Quote

I designed my own tiny house; a small house on wheels. Because I find a home more important than the house, I would rather call it MY Tiny HomE.1

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  • dana November 2, 2017, 6:23 pm

    what a fun expression of the individual’s passion and sense of fun. i like the end stairs to the floating loft (he climbs, and likes open heights, i presume), using the endwall for steps instead clogging up a sidewall.

    i would have liked a better photo of the bathroom, and sink/shower design, oh, well, it wasn’t designed for me.

    • James D. November 3, 2017, 8:17 am

      There’s more photos on the facebook page… But the second function of the shower is not a sink…

  • Tom Osterdock November 2, 2017, 11:22 pm

    Nice, I would like a little more luxury and the rock climbing would not work for me but like the floorplan.

    • James D. November 3, 2017, 8:25 am

      For most people, I’d recommend putting a ladder there… Emergency egress point is great but most neglect to think how they will get down to the ground as that’s around a near ten foot drop and not everyone will be parking over soft ground…

      Besides, unless you have a skylight it can pay to also have a way to reach the roof for various reasons… Like if you have solar panels, seasonal cleaning of rain gutters, etc.

  • redfish November 4, 2017, 6:34 am

    This place has a nice homey feel to it!

  • Nerida November 7, 2017, 10:27 pm

    This has so much charm. Well done.

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