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Gøran Johansen’s Tiny Home in Norway (With Plans!)

This is Gøran Johansen’s tiny home in Norway that he built using 8 x 8 square logs.

We haven’t seen many homes built like that, so it’s pretty amazing! He documented the build on his Facebook page, but you can also read what he told us below the pictures and download the floor plans that he generously shared.

Related: Modern Tiny Mountain Cabin in Norway

Gøran Johansen’s Tiny Home in Norway

Photography by Gøran Johansen

Yep, I’d move here for the mountains!

Love the tiny dog house!

How fun is that deck? Love seeing something different.

Metal roofs = Love

Related: Students Build Reclaimed Tiny Timber Cabin in Norway

Now this is where I want to work from home!

What do you think of open shelving? I think I’m too messy!

Tiny window for a tiny space.

Oh that black flooring is different! Cool!

As long as there’s a washing machine, I’m pleased!

Enjoy more of this amazing Norway Cabin (and download the plans!) on the next page!

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributing writer for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She is a coffee-loving wannabe homesteader who dreams of becoming self-sufficient in her own tiny home someday. Natalie currently resides in a tiny apartment with her husband, Casey, in Massachusetts.
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  • Avatar Ruth

    Moving every 2 years sounds pretty fine. I imagine the tiny windows help keep the house warmer,

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Good point, Ruth 🙂

  • Avatar ROSEE

    Interesting! Though this TH looks small and cramped, it’s still has a cozy feeling to it! Well done!

  • Avatar DIANNE KNOX

    No Refrigerator? Deal breaker.

  • Avatar iris

    But, if one was to stay permanently in one place, I would advise having a subfloor and fill it with rocks or maybe it won’t get too windy. Or, have it wired down with grips of some sort to solid cement. I love the layout and can’t believe how much room you have in your laundry/bathroom. Only thing I would have done differently is the roof. I would have had it high on one side slanting down with the idea of making a mirror side some day on the other side. I did this once for a man, not quite homeless. I built it much like yours and built a twin about 2inches + smidgeon from it so that I could legally get away without a permit and he could eventually side in a 2 by 4 to make it one.

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