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475 Sq. Ft. Solo 36 Bunkie Modern Tiny Cabin

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This is the 475 sq. ft. Solo 36 Bunkie Modern Tiny Cabin by MiniHome (a division of Altius Rapid Systems Architecture).

From the outside, you’ll notice that it has a modern look and that you get windows on all sides of the home.

When you go inside, you’ll find a spacious living room, small kitchen, full bathroom, downstairs bedroom, and an additional upstairs sleeping loft. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!

475 Sq. Ft. Solo 36 Bunkie Modern Tiny Cabin

475 Sq. Ft. Solo 36 Bunkie Modern Tiny Cabin

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SEE ALSO: 409 Sq. Ft. Modern Tiny House

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Learn more: http://sustain.ca/models-pricing/solo36bunkie/?pid=563

SEE ALSO: The Pump House Modern Off-Grid Tiny Home

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  • Nancy L
    November 16, 2015, 3:36 pm

    I guess this one would be good for a cottage but I think the kitchen was sacrificed to keep the living area whereas I would have reduced the living area and kept the lovely cooking area of the Solo 1 but then I can’t stand to be cramped on space when I am cooking.

    • CharlotteMo
      November 16, 2015, 8:23 pm

      Ho ho. Different strokes, as they say. I’ve lived with a microwave and toaster oven for almost ten years, and spend about ten minutes in my kitchen a day. I don’t like to cook, so I was thrilled to see a lay-out with more living space than a kitchen. I think a rolling island would help, and could serve many purposes for all.

  • Thomas
    November 17, 2015, 12:16 am

    What would be the Co$t of this Rascal? Thanks!

  • Kat
    November 17, 2015, 1:39 pm

    I agree with Nancy. For me, I would like a bit more kitchen space and a window while doing dishes is a must. I don’t like facing a wall when I am performing any task.
    With this simple design, I am sure it would be simple enough to modify.

  • Sally
    November 19, 2015, 3:27 pm

    While this kitchen wouldn’t work for our Cahow, it would do quite well for the non-chefs who spend more time in a living space than in the kitchen. A great deal of floor space is sacrificed to kitchens in most tiny homes, and this is a good alternative for those who use it as a space to walk through without lingering. Weather permitting, I would cook outside anyway.
    I also love the private bedroom area, versus a loft or pull-out couch.

  • Tom
    February 6, 2016, 8:03 am

    I like this design, and the previous one as well. Modern is clean & uncluttered, to my eye. I’d put a deck/porch around the front, and make it a real outside-space oriented place. Maybe even put a deck on the roof. This would be great at a small beach location. Would love to know the pricing for these. Thanks!

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