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200 Sq. Ft. Pavilion Tiny House


This is a 200 sq. ft. Pavilion tiny house design called Tiny Pav 2 by Pavilions Architects.

It’s a prefab system designed to be delivered to a site and assembled on site.

It features about 200 sq. ft. of interior space plus an additional outdoor deck.

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200 Sq. Ft. Pavilion Tiny House

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  • Avatar Marcy

    Inside pictures, please.

  • Avatar Marcy

    They are in Australia, so don’t get too excited.

    • Avatar Alex

      Hi Marcy, it’s not quite built yet. This is a 3D model 🙂

  • Avatar AVD

    Nice concept, but I wonder if the wall, floor, and roof structure has adequate depth / thickness to meet cold climate insulation demands. It seems to have all of the needed basic features to be a real “house” and not some silly hippie-shack.

    Possibly consider a standard 2-panel slider rather than a 3-panel unit. Another 3-4′ of solid wall might make the unit more livable and add to the structural stability factor in seismic or high-wind zones.

  • Avatar Mike

    This would be a good one to put up on your vacation property pending the construction of something a bit more spacious. You could then use it as a guest house.

    This also illustrates that floor plan proportions not constrained by roadway width will most times provide a better and more workable arrangement for tiny house living. If you don’t need wheels, play with the space a bit. You can either have it transported on a flat bed or construct it in sections and assemble on site. It’s a fast and easy way to get your space dry and enclosed for finishing as you go.

  • Avatar Nanny M

    Amazingly good, comfortable use of only 200 square feet.

  • Avatar G Young

    FYI, I have found many people think it is not allowed to build/have tiny homes because of building restrictions. Yet I just visited my local county govt center two weeks ago and found the building code here states minimum size is 120 sq ft for the main room; any adjacent rooms must be at least 70 sq ft (ex separate bedroom). I was shocked – this is Fairfax VA, part of metro Washington DC that permits a 120 sq ft tiny home!! So dig into your building codes people – more may be allowed than you think. course, the taxes on even a tiny home here do add up 🙂

    • Avatar sc

      would you could the bathroom and kitchen as part of the mainroom?

  • Avatar sc

    Would make a nice vacation place/airbnb. Not enough storage/closet unless modified.
    I went on their facebook page as well, cant really get much of a feel for the place without more photos.
    Pet peeve rant: Why is it that people who want to sell something that will cost thousands and thousands of dollars only put up a few photos or renderings? Or a 20-30 second video? Little to no written details??? What is up with that?

  • This design is really for more a sun-tropical type climate. It was configured for what we call the ‘East Coast Beach Style’ culture, but would be adaptable to other conditions. We have built several homes in this series and they can be seen on our Facebook page or the website but not the tiny version as yet. Have a look at a simple animation of the larger Beach House Version https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YlPTZqegYTg.

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