This is a modern industrial tiny home in the ‘Tiny Town’ neighborhood of Toronto designed by LineBox Studio that we featured back in 2016 to show you how awesome tiny homes can be if they are legalized in more places. The great part about this tiny house is that it was built using many reclaimed materials.
Not to mention, that it’s actually pretty huge. It’s more of a small house, or, I guess some people might call it a very spacious tiny house. It was designed and built this way because it sits on a very narrow lot that measures only 14′ by 70′. In total, it’s a 566-sq.-ft. home with super tall ceilings! It must be wonderful getting to live in it, don’t you think? Wouldn’t it be great getting to see more homes like this being developed? Even communities filled with homes around this size?
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Modern Industrial Tiny Home on a Foundation in Toronto… 566-sq.-ft. Design with Tall Ceilings
Images © Linebox Studio
A super tall tiny house that feels huge inside…
When you really look at it though, it’s really pretty small, isn’t it?
But there’s more… There’s another level upstairs.
When you go up, there’s a loft space with storage.
The chair turns into a bed.
And you can even have a peek at the living area below from up there.
The bathroom is on the main level and is accessible via a sliding barn door.
The outside is accessible via large sliding glass doors on the main level.
What do you think of this home?
It’s a tall tiny home built on a foundation on a very narrow lot.
How do you like the architecture and exterior design?
Narrow lot that it was designed for.
Fits in nicely!
Images © Linebox Studio
Mini Craven sits on a 14’x70’ lot on Craven Road, in the ‘Tiny Town’ neighborhood of Toronto. First developed as worker housing in the 1880s, the street that was then a vacant railway corridor is now characterized by a series of 10’wide lots with homes between 300 and 500 square feet in size. Since that time, the houses along Craven Road have wavered between the unlawful and decrepit to the quirky and endearing. It is in this mixed and beautiful context that Mini Craven exists and participates in its neighbourhood.
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