This itty-bitty tiny house on wheels is absolutely adorable and truly “tiny” — and it could be yours! It’s for sale in the Phoenix, Arizona area for $4,900.
The cozy space is brimming with character and has just enough room for a couch that turns into a twin-sized bed (no loft!) and a beautiful compact kitchenette with a sink and storage. There’s also an exterior storage shed to hide more of your belongings.
Marsha is retiring and moving cross-country. Rather than hauling the THOW, she plans to sell it and build a new one after the move. You can contact her via Craigslist.
The stunning tiny home has a sloped roof, happy yellow door and bright and open interior. According to Dezeen, “the home contains the sleeping loft, a bathroom with a tub, a kitchen, a table for dining and working, storage cabinets, and a living zone that doubles as guest sleeping quarters.”
This is Callie’s Coop, a solar-powered tiny house homeless shelter designed by a 5th grader — that cost a whole $10 to build.
Callie designed this micro pod for a school project, and I’ve never seen a 5th grader with so much poise describing her brilliant creation. It includes everything from a solar oven to a rainwater catchment system to a composting toilet. And by using reclaimed materials, she kept the cost down to a meager $10 bill. Now that’s impressive!
She’s just proof that you’re never too young to start changing the world. Go Callie! (And big thanks to RelaxShacks for this video).
In a city with a vacancy rate of 2%, countless plots of land remain underutilized across Los Angeles. Homes for Hope activates this unused land to provide modular, transitional stabilization housing for immediately sheltering the city’s homeless. Installed or dismantled in two weeks or less, Homes for Hope easily reconfigures and adapts to a range of site conditions. The stackable 92 square foot units aggregate into 30-bed communities. The base modules combine to form communal spaces, bathroom facilities, outdoor terraces, and courtyards. Homes for Hope offers an affordable and empowering solution for rapidly rehousing our city’s most vulnerable – the first step on one’s journey home.
This is Tomas’ Toyota Tacoma Truck Camper that he built himself.
He and his girlfriend lived in the micro space while travelling 10,000 miles around the country. They saw the Smoky Mountains, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, California, Sequoia and Yosemite National Parks, Oregon, and Jackson, WY. Be sure to check out more pictures and follow their adventures on Instagram!
The 30 sq. ft. micro buildings can serve as homes, guest rooms, pool houses or even tiny retail spaces. Some even come with remarkable “living walls” which is totally something I want in or on my house someday. You can see the “Cube House” in both “house” and “retail” mode down below.
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