This is the Sturgis tiny house on wheels by Cubist Engineering. It’s a modern 21ft tiny house with “a queen-size bed that appears magically from the ceiling,” according to the builder. Watch how it works in the video below!
It also features a unique trailer with removable axles and trailer hitch. Very interesting! Did I mention the remote control gull-wing door? Take the tour below and let us know what you think in the comments!
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The Sturgis Tiny House by Cubist Engineering
Video: The Sturgis Tiny House with Secret Ceiling Bed!
The Sturgis is a 21.5’x8.5′ studio suite. A roomy retreat with everything you need for a relaxing stay, whether it’s your weekend in the country, or a guest given their own space: a spa-like bathroom with outdoor shower, full kitchen with induction cooktop, fridge and deep sink. A full-size West Elm modular sofa (no box with a cushion pretending to be a couch), and a queen-size bed that appears magically from the ceiling.1
- 21.5’x8.5′ studio suite
- Cubist Secret Ceiling Bed with queen mattress
- Built on a Transformable Trailer foundation with removable axles and removable hitch; insulated and sealed
- White-oak flooring
- LED lighting
- Choice of your plumbing
- Tankles water heater
- 9′ x 3′ remote control gullwing door
- Subfloor with three in-floor storage compartments
- Built in cabinetry
- Bath with rain shower and dual flush toilet
Learn more below!
Our big thanks to Mike Haney of Cubist Engineering for sharing!
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