And, of course, you don’t have to live tiny full-time to enjoy one. Some people just want some extra space in their backyard.
Others might want to create a tiny guest house they can occasionally rent out or let their friends and family stay in while visiting.
But many of us are looking for full time tiny homes so we can live simply, inexpensively, and deliberately create a more enjoyable way of living. That’s why I love small spaces.
Güte Tiny Houses: A New Look at the Shepherd Hut
Images © Güte.ca
Images © Güte.ca
Güte was born out of a brainstorm for a space of our own. As we poured over ideas and sketches it became much more. Creating a space so versatile excited us.
It happened naturally – being a culmination of everything we did before perfected in a single mobile room.
Güte is a german word used to describe goodness, quality, a benefit, or an asset.
These characteristics are not inherent in any specific material or method. Quality is found in the masterful harmony between an ideal material and a well practiced method.
Pairing the thoughtful use of the wheel with timeless structural forms, we surpass each’s own inherent goodness to create a space that is truly an asset.
We harness our mastery of construction along with creative and thoughtful design so that generations from now, you will still know it is Güte.
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