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359 Rotation Tiny House in Portland, Oregon

This is the 359 Rotation tiny house in Portland, Oregon.

It’s a 144 square feet tiny home with more than enough space for an upstairs loft.

From the outside, you’ll notice it has a modern look with a front porch.

Incredibly, it’s able to rotate to take advantage of the sun’s position throughout the day.

This tiny house is brought to you by PATH Architecture and Kaiser Group, Inc. contracting.

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359 Rotation Tiny House in Portland, Oregon

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Images © PATH Architecture via YouTube

Video: 359 Rotation Tiny House

PATH is always examining the way we choose to live as a way to better design the spaces we live in.
Our examination led us to question the size of the spaces that we live in and analyze really what we really need. We believe that inspired living has more to do with the design of the space than the size of the space.
359’s 144 square feet is celebrated with high ceilings, an extremely efficient use of space, and all of the domestic necessities required to live life well.
All you need is a garden hose hook-up and the house is ready to go.
If the sun is too hot, turn 359’s back to it.
If the winter sun is desired, let the light shine in.


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  • Jeanne Donahue
    May 1, 2016, 3:49 pm

    Yes…would love to see the inside,please. This house is most interesting to me. Thank you.

  • Peter Piper
    May 1, 2016, 4:59 pm

    What a shame that there are no solar panels to take advantage of the rotation. I’d slap some solar panels on the side of the house so fast it would make your head swim! Free electricity !

    • Lisa E.
      May 1, 2016, 5:06 pm

      My instant thought, also. 🙂

    • David
      May 1, 2016, 11:17 pm

      One one of the links it did show solarpannels on top the little house

    • Eric
      May 3, 2016, 5:31 am

      Well, if they had to pay for the solar panels it ain’t free electricity then is it?

      • Mia
        May 3, 2016, 3:46 pm

        Actually, after the solar panels generate enough electricity to have offset the costs of paying electricity bills and the system essentially pays for itself, the electricity then becomes “free” thereafter. I think solar is a good investment, for both electrical and radiant heating systems.

  • jil
    May 1, 2016, 5:28 pm

    sure, solar panels, inside photos … this rotation thing is a GREAT idea!

  • Brandi
    May 1, 2016, 5:55 pm

    I’d like to see the inside please.

  • Gigi
    May 1, 2016, 7:14 pm


  • Donna
    May 1, 2016, 9:12 pm

    How does the plumbing and electrical systems work on a rotating house? This articles left too many unanswered questions.

  • Darcy
    May 3, 2016, 10:30 am

    What a piece of garbage. Another useless design by people who have too much money. Imagine lighting this on fire and rotating it to roast your marshmallows.

  • Julie
    May 4, 2016, 12:59 pm

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