Marie France Roy is a professional snowboarder from Canada who cares deeply about the environment so she decided to experiment with building a tiny home using natural and reclaimed materials. The result is a spectacular organic-shaped cabin that she’s been living in for 4 years now.
It’s two-stories and measures approximately 400 square feet. The main floor is built with a wood frame and cob walls made of sand, clay, and straw. The second floor is built with reclaimed wood.
It was freshly built in 2019 on a 16-ft by 7.5-ft trailer. It’s 13-ft 4-in tall and offers approximately 120-square-feet inside (main-floor) and an additional 60-sq.-ft. of space in the loft for sleeping. What do you think?
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