This 280 sq. ft. solar tiny cabin design is part of LaMar’s tiny house design contest.
It’s designed by Adam who has plans of building his own 14’x14′ cabin to live in.
It will use solar panels to power the lighting inside.
And propane for cooking, heat and heating water.
Adam’s 280 Sq. Ft. Off Grid Cabin Design
Go ahead and enjoy the full 3D tour below:
Rear Elevation Views
Kitchen, Living, Dining, and Bathroom
Bathroom with Shower
More Details on this Tiny House Design
A normal well and septic system will be used for water and waste.
The living area inside would be approximately 10’x14′ (because of the front porch).
Upstairs you’ll find loft space with 7′ high ceiling at the peak (so you can stand up).
The first floor will have 8′ high ceilings.
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Win Cash Prizes and More w/ LaMar’s Tiny House Contest
I’ve explained it all in this post before but you can head on over to LaMar’s site for more details on how you can get involved and how to win.
LaMar is accepting your designs that are:
- 200 sq. ft. or less,
- 201-400 sq. ft.,
- Tiny Homes on Wheels,
- House boats,
- Van Conversions,
- or Campers
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