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This is the Terraform One Tiny House on Wheels designed by Richard Ward of Terraform Tiny Homes.

The Terraform One tiny house (T1) is the perfect home for the individual, couple, or family who wants to live the tiny house life, but not give up all the comforts of a larger home. The home was designed with the first time DIYer in mind and is extremely flexible to be customized to your needs. Because of the use of SIPs style construction, the shell of T1 was completed in 2 days. The home was dried in within 2 weeks and Richard was living in the home within 4 ½ months of the trailer showing up.

The plans for this tiny house are available at TinyHousePlans.com. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

The Terraform One Tiny House on Wheels Built with SIPs

Terraform One Tiny House on Wheels 001

Images © Terraform Tiny Houses via Tiny House Plans

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This is the METRO Tiny House designed by Patrick Sughrue of Artisan Tiny House.

The METRO tiny house is the brainchild of Artisan Tiny House and is a nod to the mid-century curved travel trailers, with aluminum siding and exposed fasteners. She has traveled regionally, from Wenatchee, Washington and The Dalles, Oregon to some shows in Portland, Oregon. Everywhere she went people were amazed at how light and open she is, often commenting they could not believe she was only 20 ft. long.

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20ft METRO Tiny House Built with SIPs

20ft METRO Tiny House Built with SIPs by Artisan Tiny House 001

Images © Artisan Tiny House via Tiny House Plans

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This is a 216 sq. ft. tiny house with an elevator king bed that stores into the ceiling when you’re not using it.

It was built in 2017 and is currently located near Austin, Texas. The tiny house was built using structural insulated panels (SIPs) and is currently for sale for $49,999 according to Tiny Home Builders.

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12ft by 16ft SIP Construction Tiny House with an Elevator King Bed For Sale for $49,999

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Images via Tiny Home Builders

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This is a 24ft SIP Tiny House on Wheels built by Cornerstone Tiny Homes out of Guthrie, Oklahoma.

The outside is finished with a faux stucco paint and trimmed with LP SmartSide trim. Inside, you’ll find beautiful custom cabinetry throughout. This tiny home is for sale for $65,000.

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24ft SIP Tiny House on Wheels For Sale by Cornerstone Tiny Homes in Guthrie, Oklahoma

24ft SIP Tiny House on Wheels by Cornerstone Tiny Homes

Images © Cornerstone Tiny Homes

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This is a contemporary Dragonfly tiny house for sale.

Contemporary “dragonfly” tiny house provides a well-built home without a huge price tag. Built on wheels, this home is 160 sq. ft. with 3-piece bathroom, stove, fridge, hide-a-bed and sleeping loft. Windows, skylights and two sliding doors provide lots of light. Drop-down decks on two sides increase your liveable space. Built with SIPS panels, the walls are R-20 and the roof R-35. With plenty of storage this is a great place to call home or to use as a guest house.  $59,000 CDN/ approx $48,000 US

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160 Sq. Ft. Contemporary Dragonfly Tiny House For Sale

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This is Tiny France: The £1,000 tiny house ($1,200) built by Czech architect Vojtěch Valda.

The home is built with 21 insulated panels that “click” together like legos and can be built in a few hours.

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Tiny France: The £1,000 tiny house

Tiny France: The £1,000 tiny house 1

Images via Prague Morning

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