This is an off-grid, mushroom-inspired cabin with a green roof known as the Pickalotta built by Joel and Stephanie out of Chesterville, Ontario, Canada.
The owner-builders have been living off-grid in their self-built cabin for well over ten years. Now they built another structure to share with others who are curious about building an off-grid lifestyle. Learn more below!
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Tiny Mushroom Cabin with Living Roof in Ontario
This is the story of a tiny house with a curved living roof in Portland, Oregon shown here thanks to Living Big In A Tiny House. It’s Walker and Heather’s tiny home (@tinylivingbuildings) that they designed and built together with the help of Ben Garratt of Healthy Tiny Homes in Vancouver. This 8×24 tiny house design/build is classy, modern, whimsical, and zen, all at once.
It features interesting biophilic design elements too, which you can learn more about by watching the video tour below. It’s really interesting because they designed the house in-line with nature and environmentalism using recycled materials creatively and making other interesting decisions like the compost toilet and the living roof. As you’ll see, every little thing in this tiny house was very well thought-out. Take a look for yourself and please share your thoughts in the comments. Thanks!
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Couple’s Incredible Tiny House with Living Roof Built by Ben Garratt of Tiny Healthy Homes