The quality and creativity in this tiny home is just mind blowing, isn’t it? Earlier I showed you a video tour of this tiny house, but I wanted to show it to you again from a different angle because it’s literally a livable piece of art on wheels. I hope you like it!
Our friends over at Historic Shed were contacted by an artist in Ormond Beach, Florida to design and build a backyard shed art studio tiny house.
It’s a 10’x14′ shed nestled perfectly in the backyard of the home built with some salvaged wood. It offers a dutch door, lots of windows, craftsman overhang, and a fun choice of colors.
How would you like to have a tiny structure like this for your art? Whether it’s a writing shed, office, or for any of your other hobbies or projects. And at 10’x14′ it might even be able to be converted into a studio efficiency too, don’t you think?
This tiny unfolding shipping container home is one of a kind, although it did disappoint me a bit. I’ll tell you why later.
Designed by artist/architect Adam Kalkin, it’s officially dubbed the Illy Push Button House and was created for Illy. At just 20′ by 8′ it unfolds into five different rooms. Yes, this design packs a kitchen, dining room, bedroom, living room, and library. And guess what? It transforms at the push of a button. Hence the name. If that’s not cool enough you should also know that it’s prefabricated using recycled and/or recyclable materials. This might be a tiny house that’s truly at the cutting edge of sustainability and innovation. But there’s a catch… It still needs a roof once it’s unfolded. I didn’t like that.
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