This is a 8 ft by 10 ft tiny camping cabin on wheels for off-grid recreational use.
It’s available for purchase through Esk’et Tiny House for $58,900 Canadian (~$44,400 in USD) and you can also book a vacation in the Spyu7. (2017)
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Esk’et Spyu7 Camping Cabin Tiny House on Wheels
- 8 ft. by 10 ft. cabin
- Gambrel roof
- 15 ft. trailer
- 40 sq. ft. outdoor deck
- Intricate wood carvings
- Available for order for $58,900 (as of 6/20/17)
Tiny, efficiently designed & with loads of character, this camping cabin is “a work of art that works”. – As a camping cabin, cooking & washroom facilities are separate, in a camping-style set-up. A small, lightweight structure, built on a 15ft trailer, it is efficient for towing to/parking at your perfect vacation spot.1
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You’ve got to be kidding..$58 thousand.. Yea right.
Dianne Knox, that’s Canadian currency… In US currency it’s closer to $44,400…
While it’s a completely hand crafted custom Tiny House… The builder is part of Esk’etemc, a First Nation community of the Secwepemc nation, and he incorporated a bit of his native culture symbolism into the build.
well, the video was artistic, but really lacked practical value in that in both the pics on here and the video they never once show you the whole inside in one shot so you can get a feel for the space. The lovely carvings and arty touches are great – stunning, even, but I really wanted to see the space.
That being said, the wood carving and stained glass are gorgeous.
I always suspect the builder is hiding something when he/she chooses to provide close-up shots of decorator items like dinner plates, chandeliers and drawer pulls rather than show the overall functionality of the design. I want to see multiple pics of the exterior, a floorplan with dimensions, and some long shots of the interior so that the viewer can get a feel for the spatial capacity of the design.