Not long ago I showed you what Stew MacInnes has created to fill a better need for workers.
He calls them tiny houses on steroids because they can withstand extreme conditions.
So today I thought I’d share Maximus Extreme Living Solutions‘ second tiny home project.
Within the next week or two I’ll also be releasing an audio interview with Stew so be on the look out for that.
These homes are a better solution for workers, lets say in oil fields, who have to spend a lot of time away from home.
And instead of living in ugly man camps which are often used in these situations, Stew is on a mission to change this with tiny houses on wheels which are still portable but more homey.
Take a look at the rest of the photos below:
As you can tell this model uses bunk beds instead of an upstairs sleeping loft to house more people. When these photos were taken this one was not completely finished but near.
What’s your take on tiny houses being used on the field to house workers? I thought that Stew brought a new perspective into the world of little houses on wheels because in this case they’re being used to market and sell to oil and mining industries which is quite different from what we usually talk about here.
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