This is the Light Haus Tiny House on Wheels designed by Vina Lustado.
It’s a tiny home designed with tall people in mind.
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A Tiny House Design for Tall People
Images © Vina’s Tiny House
Images © Vina’s Tiny House
- Designed by Sol Haus Design (Vina Lustado)
- Light Haus
- Sleeps 2-3 people
- 172 sq. ft. on main floor plus 80 sq. ft. bedroom loft and 40 sq. ft. office loft
- Dimensions: 24′ x 8′ 6″ x 14′
- Weighs approximately 14,000 lb.
- Approximate cost, turnkey: $85,000
Tall people rejoice! The Light Haus tiny house is a fully customized tiny house that was designed for a couple – she is 5’0″ and he is 6’4″ tall. The design provides height clearance of 6’8″ below the loft, and 4’6″ above the loft. At 24′ long, it’s incredible how many features have been incorporated: 2 separate office spaces, large and functional kitchen, luxurious bathroom, roomy bedroom loft accessed by innovative stair design, copious amounts of storage, and even a special access door for a cat!
Get the plans: https://tinyhousetalk.com/lighthausplans (affiliate link)
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