Well, right now, I’d like to tell you a little bit about the builder who helped make her tiny house fairytale possible. The company currently offers two models, one is 7.5 meters (24.6-ft.) long and 2.5 meters (8.2-ft.) wide (22 m2 incl. loft, 237-sq.-ft.) and the other is 6.5 meters (21.3-ft.) long and 2.5 meters wide (19.5 m2 inc. loft, 210-sq.-ft.). One starts at 890,000 Krones, and the other at 930,000 (approximately $96,000 USD, and $100,402 USD, respectively).
This is the Fosen Folk School, an organic folk school in Norway that teaches unique and useful skills like construction. If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to grow your own food, build a tiny house, learn how to build a traditional boat, and other useful skills, please continue.
Students learn about self-sufficiency, organic living, and useful skills like being able to create your own equipment like forging your own knife, making your own sandals, and more. Sounds pretty interesting, doesn’t it? Don’t you wish we learned about all of this stuff in school? Now that would be fun…
This is the story of Tone’s La Couette (Little Owl) Tiny House on Wheels in Norway.
I have travelled for years and have thought for a while about getting a camping-van. I don’t like the look of ordinary trailers though, so I decided to build my own house on wheels, accommodated to my likes and needs.
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She Designed and Built Her Little Owl Tiny House on a Trailer
I hope it’ll at least slightly amuse you because it’s definitely something you’ve probably never seen before thanks to the creative entrance into the cabin (see below).
This structure was designed and built by students and architects at Bergen School of Architecture. It was done using mostly scrap wood materials from local mills in the area. As you’ll see, this tiny cabin is modern, sleek, and minimalist. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
When this writer was seeking for a peaceful retreat he already knew he wanted a tiny writer’s cabin.
So he sought the services of a Norwegian architecture firm Jarmund/Vigsnæs to design a one of a kind geometric writing cottage on the hillside.
There are two areas of the cabin… The living space inside which consists of a desk, fireplace, open area, and a day bed. Then there is the outdoor space surrounded by three walls which also serves as the entrance to the cabin.
173 Sq. Ft. Geometric Tiny Writers Cabin in Norway
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