This is the Archer Tiny House on Wheels by Build Tiny in New Zealand.
It’s a tiny home designed for small families and it’s Build Tiny’s latest model. The layout includes an upstairs living room, the main floor bedroom, and an additional upstairs loft bedroom on the opposite side of the home. What do you think?
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26ft Archer Tiny House on Wheels, Suitable for a Small Family
Images © Build Tiny
This tiny house has the main floor kid’s bedroom plus two lofts.
The kitchen and bath are located under the main loft.
This loft is accessible by staircase. In the kitchen, there’s the washer/dryer combo.
The kitchen appliances are perfectly tucked into the walls.
Can you see yourself in this kitchen?
Images © Build Tiny
Video Tour of The Archer Tiny House by Build Tiny
The Archer is a tiny house with a downstairs bedroom, and two lofts, perfect for families. Shown here with a queen bed in the main sleeping loft, a kids bedroom downstairs, and a loft lounge, you could configure it however you like to suit you and your family
Build Tiny | The Archer | YouTube Video Tour | New Atlas
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Very nice and light. Would not mind living in this.
how does one get in touch with the builder of this home
Hi Don, they have a contact page you can access right here: https://www.buildtiny.co.nz/contact
Love this one beyond all others!
I like this
When I first started loving tiny houses 10 years ago they were cute on the outside, now they all look like a rolling Kleenex box! I think it would be great if they made provisions for attaching things to the outside once they were delivered. Awnings, porches, window bump outs, decks, stairs, maybe even an elevator! The wheels do not need to show once the house is in place, neither does the tongue.
I understand getting maximum living space inside but most tiny houses are parked, can’t someone just make it easier to embellished the outside once it is parked?
They do, things like adding a deck is very popular, for example, and most skirt the exterior as it also helps during the winter to keep cold air from flowing underneath…
Rain gutters are another example that get added when parked, among other features…
Mostly depends if they are parking in a permanent location or intend to move again within a set period of time… Along with whether the owner has any building skills to do it themselves or enough funds to hire someone to do it…
Most people are just not showing off their homes after they move in and we’re mainly seeing them while the builder still has it and just before it’s delivered to the owner…
There are also those who don’t limit themselves to the road legal limits and allow for more design options that look more like traditional houses or get more creative…
There’s also some examples where the owner did a more comprehensive addition to the point it looks like a regular foundation house or they combined multiple tiny houses to form a larger and more complex structure…
Though, some have literally taken the house of the trailer and put it into a foundation…
I agree with candide – this house is oppressively plain on the outside. I got depressed just looking at it. However, the inside is a nice surprise. Very impressive use of space. Would prefer that the stair railing be on the outside edge of the stairs, however, to prevent night-time tumbles. And a real toilet is an absolute must. No human litter-box for me!
There are flushable composting toilets and not just the dry flush variety but just remember to always keep the lid closed when flushing…
I am not fond of having the living area so high. I do understand in this case since the child’s room is on the lower level. I would hope the family has a protective gate to reduce the risk of the child falling through the ladder area. After a closer look I did see doorknobs to indicate storage under the stairs. That area blended so well it was hard to see.
The layout was staged, including the kid, it’s not how the client will use it… Builder was just showing options and examples of how it can be used and they’ll set it up however the client wants it because they’re a custom builder…