This 192 sq. ft. off-grid tiny cabin design was submitted as part of Lamar’s off grid tiny house design contest where you can win up to $500.
But this 12′ x 16′ tiny house is designed to be built using 2×6 construction to add extra insulation because the home will be heated with solar power.
There will be a ‘soda can’ type solar heater as well as using natural window solar heating by design. It is also set up to receive wind power and collect rainwater.
A propane tank can be used just in case solar water heated water is not available and it can also be used for cooking if needed.
192 Sq. Ft. Off-Grid Solar Tiny Cabin
More information on this design and its inspiration is available at the original post on Simple Solar Homesteading.
More Designs In This Contest
- 200 Sq. Ft. Quixote Cabin
- 280 Sq. Ft. Solar Off Grid Tiny Cabin
- Jayne’s 192 Sq. Ft. Cottage
- Stealthy DIY 5th Wheel Cargo Trailer Off Grid Home
Win Cash Prizes and More w/ LaMar’s Tiny House Contest
LaMar is accepting your designs that are:
- 200 sq. ft. or less,
- 201-400 sq. ft.,
- Tiny Homes on Wheels,
- House boats,
- Van Conversions,
- or Campers
There’s almost no limit to what you can create for your very own customized and personalized tiny home.
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