This 140 square foot tiny house on wheels sits on a 20′ x 8′ utility trailer.
She will be using portable solar panels and passive solar heating/cooling approach to go off the grid.
The walls, ceilings, and floors are highly insulated to help with this and additional heating is provided by a propane gas fireplace.
Like most tiny homes this one has an upstairs sleeping loft with a big skylight so you can see the moon and stars before bedtime.
Unlike most skylights in tiny houses, this one can actually open to let in the breeze. Here, I’ll show you below:
Image: Sol Haus Design on Facebook
I encourage you to learn more about this tiny home and enjoy the rest of the tour (in photo and video) below: