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100% Self Sufficient Tiny House Project by Atelier Des Branches

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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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Video: Atelier Des Branches Tiny House

Interview with Atelier Des Branches


  1. https://www.atelierdesbranches.fr/
  2. https://www.kisskissbankbank.com/tiny-house-100-autonome
  3. https://vimeo.com/242204193
  4. http://www.facebook.com/atelierdesbranches
  5. http://instagram.com/atelierdesbranches

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  • Gabriella
    December 16, 2017, 7:05 pm

    …Face to Face…with not Standard

    • Eric
      December 17, 2017, 5:07 am

      Could you please explain what you mean by that comment. Doesn’t make any sense to me at all…

    • Claude
      December 17, 2017, 8:05 am

      C’est quoi “Face to Face” ?

  • Evening Iris
    December 17, 2017, 6:37 am

    Nice build, but I wish someone would come up with a better articulation of the small loft. Some builds use this space as a second, single bed loft; which is good (practical). But most builds really don’t know what to do with this space. I’m sorry there hasn’t been some kind of a contest to see what kind of ideas people can come up with so this space really rocks. I saw one that walled it off but had a window at the back for light, and a rather large, square door to it; much like a barn might have to access the upper loft when storing hay bales. This made for an excellent storage space. Surely there are other exciting uses that could be made out of this space. I was thinking of a couple of skylights and an indoor garden for fresh veggies. Ideas, anyone?

    • Lee Ann Rorex
      December 18, 2017, 3:51 pm

      I’ve always found that space to be problematic. Kind of a waste of space, a bit–though it can be nice for small, nice storage boxes and a plant or two. I love the idea of an indoor garden–that way you could keep the window to help with air flow.

  • December 17, 2017, 11:37 am

    Face to face with an exhibition far from certain standardized canons you understan now? It is clear then everyone expresses how he believes the important thing is not to offend or be peasant. Or Not? It was still a compliment… Greetings and best Wishes

    • Alison
      December 20, 2017, 12:30 pm

      Perhaps by “face to face” you mean vis-à-vis, which actually translates as “in relation to,” or “with regard to” ?

  • December 21, 2017, 7:12 am

    Yes!! Just like this: “It is as if we were (observes) to be faced with what we are looking at, and we discover a critical aspect…etc. Subjective obviously

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