This is a 192 sq. ft. tiny house that was built as an office.
It’s built by Kanga Room Systems out of Waco, Texas.
12′ x 16′ Kanga Kwik Room
- 192 sq. ft.
- Built by Kanga Room Systems
- Waco, TX
- L-shaped desk
The 12’ x 16’ Modern Kwik Room is built by Kanga Room Systems and located in Waco, TX. These rooms can be utilized as an extra sleeping room, a game room or even a quiet room, but this specific model has been designed as an office!2
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I live in my 10’x16′ with similar shed roof and a great size for 1 person to live.
I put the bath, kitchen on the back 10′ wall with 10×13′ open space to do whatever you want.
And big enough to use regular furniture. Just use a couch bed, etc for sleeping.
As small easy, cheap to insulate and run on solar offgrid including A/C use as an awning off the southern side used as a porch, etc.
Mine only cost $2.5k to build in materials including the 1.5kw solar system.
And they can be transported by flat bed tow trucks, retail trailer, etc and wide load permits are dirt cheap and last a yr.
Jerry. May I ask how you managed to get through the red tape of zoning to build and live in your shed? I am interested in doing the same, but it seems impossible due to regulations etc.
This is all many people would want in size. I agree that adding a bathroom, fundamental cooking area and good storage would make this size of building sufficient to get people either back in the housing market or give many people a permanent home.
If you live in an area where this is not an option, speak to the building department, government oversight group’s and your elected official’s. There are areas that allow these sort of arrangement’s but they also need to be close enough to work, shopping and medical to make this feasible for those on the lower scale of income. We might lose some battles but we can win the right for many to have a real place to call home.