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What makes Miranda’s Tiny House on Wheels so special? She and her mom built it as a public art project with the help of more than 50 volunteers! It took them one year of weekends to complete the build.

But what makes it even cooler? Nearly everything in the house is a work of art — from the ceramic dishes to the toilet paper holder! You’ll love the folding staircase, and the hideaway antique dining table that seats up to four dinner guests.

Miranda also happens to run the Massachusetts Tiny House Festival, which is currently still scheduled for October 17th & 18th this year! Jenna of Tiny House Giant Journey did an awesome video tour/interview with Miranda that you’ll want to watch below to get all the details.

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Miranda’s Tiny House Art Project

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This 160 sq. ft. shipping container tiny house is built by Rhino Cubed.

“Rhino Cubed is a Colorado based company building artistic tiny homes from shipping containers. A shipping container is a perfect building envelope: structurally sound, water tight, and quasi-portable. Creative artistry and design turn them into unique living structures.” – Rhino Cubed

They call this model the ‘Nola‘, named after one of the few remaining white rhinos in the world, located in the San Diego Zoo. The tiny home is currently for sale and listed at $63,999 USD.

The colorful artistic shipping container house is equipped with a kitchen and bathroom with full size shower. I love the ocean wave design on the outside of the home.

If you are planning on attending the Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado Springs you’ll get to see the Nola shipping container tiny house.

Please enjoy and re-share below. Thank you!

Rhino Cubed Nola Shipping Container Tiny House


Images © Rhino Cubed

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