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Hubble House by Voyager Houses

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One of our readers tipped us off to Voyager Houses, a Romanian tiny house company that builds some truly gorgeous modern tiny homes. The one I’ll show you first is the Hubble House, a studio-style foundation home that fits a lot of style into a compact footprint!

This one has the “bedroom” tucked in three sides of windows that let you feel like you’re outside. That area doubles as the living space. The other half of the tiny home is split between the dining/kitchen and the spa-like bathroom. There’s a tiled shower, flip-up table, and a cozy wood-burning stove. Let us know your favorite feature in the comments!

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The Hubble House by Voyager Houses

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This side of the room is dedicated to the bed.

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The kitchen and bathroom are on this end.

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3 Sides of Windows Brings in So Much Light

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Mini-fridge and two-burner cooktop.

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What a beautiful bed frame.

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Flip-down table for dinner by the woodstove.

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I love a mini wood stove!

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Little sink and beautiful wooden walls.

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The wooden basin sink is stunning.

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These slate-like tiles are industrial and spa-like.

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Time for showering!

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Looks like a standard flush toilet.

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Cool light fixture.

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Looks pretty luxurious.

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Do you like this sink as much as I do?

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Plenty of living space on the porch.

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I’m loving this fence!

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Would you live here?

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Treated wood exterior and metal roofing.

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Size (exterior)
8.0 X 3.2 X 3.4 meters (thanks to ingeniosity, this is now enough)
Treated Solid Wood and Lamellar
Reflective, Secured, and Laminated
Heating System
ELECTRIC & WOOD (stay warm and comfy)
Water Heating
GAS (the optimal choice for energy consumption and traveling)
KRINNER SCREW FOUNDATIONS (eco friendly, fast and efficient)
Rockwool (highly effective for temperature & sound isolation)
Heat Treated Pine

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • Eric
    May 20, 2022, 7:59 pm

    Seriously, getting out. That home is far too dark. And yes I am aware of the limitations of photography. But that home is just too dark for me. On the plus side however, love that carved bowl/sink/wash hand basin.

  • Nancy M.
    May 24, 2022, 1:28 pm

    Love the style — but where does one sit in the evening, if they cannot sit outside? Dining room chairs are NOT comfortable enough for the entire evening, and sometimes it rains, so there HAS to be comfortable seating inside to live in!

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