The truly amazing thing about tiny homes is how they challenge designers and builders to be incredibly creative. Build Tiny (New Zealand) has really outdone themselves with their “Autumn” design, custom-made for a client.
This compact home includes hidden appliances, a sneaky doggie crate with dog-door access, a floating hammock net for relaxing, and a bedroom loft that also doubles as a work-from-home office.
And just wait until you see the mural on the back of the bathroom door! It’s definitely worth watching the brief video tour below so you can see all the details.
It’s a tiny home designed for small families and it’s Build Tiny’s latest model. The layout includes an upstairs living room, the main floor bedroom, and an additional upstairs loft bedroom on the opposite side of the home. What do you think?
It’s a unique design that you have probably never seen before. The tiny home features two lofts: one for sleeping and the other for use as a floating office/study.
The idea is definitely not practical for everyone, but I could see it being a hit with students and rock climbers alike. The home is built by Build Tiny in New Zealand. It’s called The Millennial and you can see more photos of it here. What do you think of this floating loft office concept? Is it something that you would consider doing for your tiny house on wheels?
Unique Tiny House on Wheels with a Floating Loft Desk as Your Office or Study
From the outside you’ll notice it features a slanted roof, plenty of windows, and modern french doors to invite you in. When you step inside, you’ll find a living area with a sofa bed, a nice kitchen, bathroom, and custom storage staircase with a safety rail to take you to your cozy sleeping loft.
If you’re like me you might also like thinking of ways to build tiny or build small while still meeting minimum local building and zoning codes. This small home with a big garage (floor plan) seems like it might be able to do just that.
I like to think of these ideas or designs as ‘loopholes’ towards building smaller than normally allowed by finding creative ways to do it. Now they might not always work, or even work at all, but there’s always a chance it can if you try to work with your local codes to get it right.
One loophole towards building tiny or small might be to do something like this, especially if you like having lots of garage space on your property. Pretty cool, right?
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