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Evolution RV Tiny House by City Design


This is the Evolution RV tiny house by City Design. From some angles, this tiny house looks like it doesn’t have windows, but it most definitely does! It has various window slits and the rear doors swing wide open making it a great option for a traveling artist.

The tiny house is off-grid ready and built on a 20-foot trailer with water tanks and a solar system. It’s listed for $35,000 out of Lake Havasu, Arizona on Tiny House Listings. What do you think of this tiny house?

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Evolution RV Tiny House for $35,000

From certain angles, it seems windowless, but there are plenty of windows allowing for natural light in this tiny house. The loft area is located above the bathroom with a shower vanity and toilet.

Inside, it’s like an ordinary tiny home with a loft space, kitchen, and bathroom. There is a custom staircase with storage to take you to the cantilevered sleeping loft that’s located above the bathroom.

Have you ever seen windows like this before? Looks like plenty of light coming into the tiny house. By the way, it’s listed for $35,000 out of Lake Havasu, Arizona by City Design over at Tiny House Listings if you’re interested (as of July 21, 2022).

There’s also built-in lighting on the ceiling. In the rear of the tiny house, there are two large doors that swing wide open, making it easy to get things in and out of the tiny house which makes it great for artists.

It’s built on a 20-ft. trailer and features unique window slits that seem to give the tiny house better aerodynamics for towing and they also give it a sort of stealth and private effect. You can also see how the doors can swing wide open in this tiny house.

It’s built with R-13 value insulation on a 20-foot trailer with 3 40-gallon tanks for gray, black, and water supply. It’s listed out of Lake Havasu, Arizona, for $35,000 over at Tiny House Listings. What are your thoughts on this tiny house?

Highlights

  • Evolution RV
  • By City Design
  • Lake Havasu, Arizona
  • $35,000
  • Off-grid ready
  • R13 insulation
  • A solar system with batteries
  • 140-sq.-ft.
  • 20-ft. length
  • 8-ft. width
  • 11-ft. height
  • Living area
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom
  • Loft space

Things to consider

  • Ventilation
  • Air conditioning
  • Operational windows
  • The door system

What are your thoughts on this tiny house?

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  • July 21, 2022, 2:12 pm

    Allex, this is going in the right direction on pricepoint. Very innovative, good flow, and an amazing amount of shell-within-shell visuals. Designed to travel much better than most, and I love the skylights. This builder should do well as he is ahead of the curve for a soon-to-be mobile population. I would think he could do a nice Paek Model using SIPS as he uses standard sheets in these for-sale units. As for taste, staying in this format and style may be a whitewash instead of natural birch would lighten it up a bunch. It would be natural for the Industrial Modern style. They hit the window unique button SEVERAL times on this one.

  • David Pedersen
    July 22, 2022, 1:20 am

    While I appreciate the innovative design, then I find it too dark inside. And I see no way of escaping, if a fire starts, in the middle of the night, at the opposite end of the bed. I see no escape hatch or window big enough for a person to get out through. It is not a house I would like live in.

  • Rita Helwig
    July 22, 2022, 9:58 am

    Overall I like this but, for me, I see one glaring flaw in these. A loft bed with no railing at the end of the loft. If a person fell out of bed…

    • Eric
      July 24, 2022, 4:36 am

      I totally concur… one restless night and you could end up a cot case. Now THAT is a case where regs need to be in place.

  • Mike Young
    July 23, 2022, 10:27 am

    I’m not sure why you think those angled panels on each side produce a more aerodynamic body. Surely, there will be vortices on the trailing edge of each panel that will increase drag, not decrease it.

    • James D.
      July 26, 2022, 5:03 pm

      No, you’d have to tow it in reverse for that to happen. Keep in mind there’s multiple factors that effect aerodynamic efficiency. Like the drafting effect, which is why you can get better mileage when driving behind a semi truck or how migrating birds benefit from flying in formation. Mind, each panel isn’t just angled but a step smaller than the one before it…

  • Victoria Banaszak
    July 24, 2022, 9:26 pm

    It looks unfinished to me and no pictures of the all important bathroom. Yes on the bed railing, but saying it would be good for an artist is rather laughable. In order to live in there I would have to get rid of 99% of my art supplies.

    • James D.
      July 25, 2022, 2:29 am

      Photos of the bathroom are in the actual listing. While it entirely depends on the artist and the type of art they do as to whether this would work for them or not.

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