Clara contacted us to show off the tiny house she had built and finished out in Patagonia. She lived in it for a couple of months before the pandemic forced her to travel, and now she has a friend living in it.
The simple off-grid design has a gravity-fed sink and a twin bed. The exterior, per the name, is a beautiful bright blue!
Enjoy the photo tour below!
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‘Cuartito Azul’ Translates To Little Blue Room 🙂
The inside of it is simple and sweet!
Time to wash up!
View from the large picture window.
Nothing better than trees!
The view at night.
Parking the THOW
Hi, I built this micro tiny house on wheels to live full time in Patagonia. I hired help for welding the trailer and for the shell, then did some of the insulation and finishings and a lot of painting myself!!!!
The initial building process took 6 months although after living in it I changed and would continue to change several things. I lived in it for two months then pandemic hit and I had to travel and the house is currently being lived in by a friend. I was inspired by the tiny house movement, overall I found that it reflected my values of consuming and owning less, also it empowered me to stop renting and to build my own house.
I named the house “cuartito azul” after a famous tango.
I am very thankful and very optimistic about the tiny house movement, I think that it is leading a lot of people closer to their dreams and to a healthier use of resources.
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Our big thanks to Clara for sharing! 🙏
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