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This is the story of Minnesota architect Geoffrey Warner who is turning shipping containers into versatile tiny homes.

He is the creator of Alchemy Architects and is well known in the tiny house community for creating the weeHouse.

This tiny house container project is called the LightHotel! Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Architect Turning Shipping Containers into Versatile Tiny House Hotel!

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This is the story of a father and son duo who designed and built quite an amazing transforming CNC minimalist tiny cabin.

It features two lofts and transforming, multifunctional custom designed and built furniture inside.

Daniel Yudchitz and his father, Bill, are both architects who took their love of craft, cabins and Swiss precision in architecture (e.g. Peter Zumthor) and created a CNC-cut cabin crafted to a fraction of an inch.1

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This is the Zen Den Tiny ‘Om’ on Wheels design. It features a contemporary/modern style with a rooftop deck. What do you think?

Modern Zen Den 12′ Tiny House on Wheels!

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This is a 22′ open concept tiny house with full bathroom and kitchen.

It is designed and built by TexZen Tiny Home Co. out of Austin, Texas.

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Open Concept TexZen Tiny House

Open Concept TexZen Tiny House

Photos via TexZen

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Students from the University of Texas Arlington Architecture program became the first class from UTA to design and build not one, but two tiny houses.

In the Fall 2016, 20 design students competed for the chance to have their designs come to life. From there, outside contractors, architects, and builders thoroughly evaluated each design, choosing the best options that would be suitable to build.

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UTA Students Design/Build Two Tiny Houses!

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Source: UTA

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This is Truck-a-Float. It’s a floating micro shelter in NYC built using recycled truck caps.

Architects Matteo Pinto and Carolina Cisneros wanted to create a houseboat to live on in the summertime in New York City. The owners of Marina 59 in Far Rockaway, Queens had given them the space to build something (they paid the slip fee). Inspired by the hundreds of used truck caps they saw for sale along the highways of New Jersey and New York, they decided to build a floating home using a cap as a prefab roof complete with windows and screens.1

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Floating Micro Cabins Built w/ Recycled Truck Caps

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