In this video Deek tours the 20′ Dragonfly 20 Tiny House on Wheels during the 2016 Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs alongside Guillaume of Tiny House Giant Journey and Andrew Odom of Tiny r(E)volution with John Robinson of RobinsonPlans.com.
Tiny House Highlights
- Dragon fly stained glass window in the loft
- Sliding/hiding staircase to the loft (doubles as bathroom door)
- 20′ tiny home on wheels
- Fold down decks on both sides (the dragonfly “wings”)
- 8×20 tiny house design
- 160 sq. ft.
- Sleeping sofa in the first floor
- Twin bed sleeping loft upstairs
- Dickinson fireplace
- Large windows throughout
- Nice skylight in the living area
- French doors
- 6 windows, 2 patio doors and 2 skylights
- Slide out dining table/desk
Related: Completed Robinson Dragonfly Tiny House on Wheels
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This is such a fantastic little home! I wouldn’t change a thing! Any idea of The Dragonfly’s weight or what type truck can tow her? Gotta have a Dragonfly! ??
Glad you like it Melissa. One of my favorites too. Not sure about the exact weight at the moment but most likely you’ll need at least a 3/4 ton pick up truck (F250, Ram 2500, etc.)
Our Dragonfly is 11, 400 lbs. We pulled it with a one ton from Saskatchewan to Colorado Springs and had no issues. We also have other sizes on our website with laundry and more space up to 28′ long. It is also available as a 400 square foot park model.
Glad you like it!
Sweet! Thanks Alex, Thanks John!
Very nice design & build. I like the folding wings/decks. With a little engineering & different materials, it could be a 2 piece set up with a top hinged roof that folds down first & then the deck folds up into that. The sliding ladder is cool as well as the table extension. Great job!
I’ve seen this Tiny House a while back, and I love it now as I did then when it made it’s first appearance here on Tiny House Talk… I love it’s draw bridge entrance, and dragonfly stained glass windows…!
The windows are adorable 🙂 http://minttinyhomes.com/
A well thought design for such a small space. Like the kitchen area, the decks are great and really increase your “living” space you could use a tent structure like they have to cover over fifth wheel drive platforms to create additional space. The stairs for the loft are very interesting, have not seen them done in that manner before. Lots of storage, and again, the amount of kitchen with the slide out table, which also makes extra work space — just a very functional unit all around.
G’day, Absolutely love this video, Thanks Deek and Adam for showing just how functional the place is. Whilst I love the ladder, decks and kitchen I reckon a special mention needs to go out to the little cupboard atop the wardrobe space, very handy for storing Specs (eye glasses) reading material etc.
Glad you enjoyed it! — Tiny House Talk Team
Alex has posted this previously and there were lots of photos on those posts. Otherwise we have lots on our website http://www.robinsonplans.com and our facebook page has a lot as well.