This is an adobe style tiny house on wheels.
It’s designed and built by Mitchcraft Tiny Homes in Fort Collins, Colorado.
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Love to see the finished inside project. Plans look great. I see room for storage under steps.
Hey Larry, you can see the inside here: https://tinyhousetalk.com/256-sq-ft-adobe-tiny-house-on-wheels/
I saw this one at the Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs in Early August. It was still a shell with an empty interior, but they had removed the cross bracing so you could walk through it. I thought it was one of the most unique ones because of the thin-coat stucco.
This is a beautiful tiny house love to see the finished product
I love the look of this!
a new category? not-so-tiny-house? would hate to haul that around, particularly with stucco on it. but a cool look just the same.
Really unique. I wonder if the interior will also be Southwestern.
This is absolutely beautiful and unique! I love it and can’t wait to see the finished inside pictures. Excellent concept and great job!
I do like the 5th wheel design. It should be much easier to pull that other style THOWs. I hope there will be interior pictures when the finish work is done. Very nifty so far. Question – will the stucco crack when moving the home?
The market for this design must be HUGE – Believe me, it is really really HUGE.
Love the turquoise door!
I like this design, and it would definitely fit in a town like Santa Fe, New Mexico, (but I would have an electric fireplace and mount a wide screen tv above it) and a place to set up a printer, scanner, etc, on a shelf beside the fireplace, and sit at the table (which would be a dual purpose table, dinner and desktop) with a laptop. I would also like to add solar panels, which would be great, because you could get a lot of sun out there in the west. A DVR and dish would make a great addition for entertainment. An awning be great as well, to match the door. Sit out side and make some crafts, or read etc.
Gosh Kim, with all that on your wish list there wouldn’t be any room for living methinks. lqtm
Very nice design, I to would love to see it when it’s complete…! Very well laid out, and I like the exterior color as well as that crazy front door that’s just hog wild, I love it….!
I wonder if I could park my Smart car under the bedroom section?
Stucco???? I’d give it 200 miles before it started to crack, and maybe 1,000 miles before it starts falling off in bits and pieces.
Those were my thoughts. I figured they sprayed something like a rubberized deck coating which can look like stucco but gives to movement.
Many tiny houses on wheels are best for only occasional travel. If this one is hauled to a semi-permanent location, the fragility of stucco may not be a problem. I look forward to seeing the finished interior. The design looks very comfortable.
This is Mitch with MitchCraft tiny homes. I would like to assure everyone that this method of synthetic E.I.F.S. stucco siding will not crack. In fact, it has already been driven for about 8 hours on the interstate, for hundreds of miles, with zero defects. The siding is lightweight and flexible well. Feel free to contact me for any more information!
Since a vehicle moving at freeway speeds is equivalent to living through a hurricane plus an earthquake (during a riot), your assurance about the exterior integrity is… assuring.
These shots are inspirational. Keep up the good work.
I am the proud owner of this adobe tiny home and here to report thousands of miles in and over 6 years later, the stucco has held up as Mitch promises. Very solid and beautiful as ever. Thank you Mitch 🙏 We LOVE our adobe tiny home.
I LOVE THIS FLOOR PLAN!! I have watched and waited for this! Not keen on the exterior, and it would need some minimal modifications for us, but this is the best starting point closest to what I had in mind it’s unreal! Can I get your contact info please? We will be looking to start our THOW build within the next 6-9 months and would love to chat about pricing, modifications, etc. Thanks!
Hi Lynn, You can contact them on their website: http://mitchcrafttinyhomes.com/contact-us/
Thought I’ve seen just about everything here but this one takes the prize. A faux Adobe on wheels. What will someone think of next!
Lol that is funny, but I like the floor plan, good one for that.
Haha it’s pretty unique — Tiny House on Wheels
Love the look. Question: Does the stucco and exterior detailing (tiles, wood etc) add to the weight significantly?? Iwiuld like to see the finished interior as well, however, I anticipate a southwestern design. Thanks!
Hmm good question. I’m sure Mitchcraft would know. I bet it adds to it, but I doubt a lot. — Tiny House on Wheels
I love, love this tiny house because I adore Southwest Design & it is how my home is decorated. I agree an adobe fireplace would be cool as well as some built in nichos. I was wondering if the loft is built so you could have a reg. full bed?
Yes I think it is, Malissa 🙂
The EIFS should be superior coating, and one of the primary advantages would be that you have GREATLY increased the insulation value with that extra inch of foam board over all the studs on the outside that is used for the base coat substrate. Brilliant, and since the stucco is adhered to foam and is an acrylic based material it should do fine with a little road vibration etc. This is a cementitious covering that would do far better than hardiboard which is probably too brittel for a THOW, and I suspect the weight is less too than hardi or maybe even some wood exteriors. Furthermore, EIFS does not have to be water tight and a few cracks won’t matter. Two coats of elastomeric paint over the EIFS will keep it well sealed too if any repairs needed later. It is a great combination …EIFS plus elastomeric paint looks great and very weatherproof. Just remember that under the foam is the usual house wrap and window wrap. Those must be done right, as any EIFS applicator knows or there will be problems. That is true with any house with any cladding.
How did the weight turn out on this big Momma? What brand of EIFS do you use?