While this almost-600sf HH may not qualify for a “tiny house”, it will still require careful consideration in terms of space-saving techniques! The unique construction may prove challenging when it comes to working with curved spaces where square things generally go: cabinetry, shelving, etc.
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Couple Building 600 Sq. Ft. Hobbit House in Texas!
Gary Zuker is the owner of this little hobbit house in Texas. In 1989 he built it by hand for about $25,000 and lots of labor. The home took three years to complete. He is a University of Texas computer engineer with no carpentry experience before this project.
In total, the space is about 830-square-feet with lots of open areas. Gary had the help of Pliny Fisk, a local sustainable building expert in Austin. Here are some details on the materials used:
Loblolly pine for scissor-truss system
Limestone boulders for doorway, fireplace, and foundation
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