Designers, artists and environmentalists Geoff and Rose spent two years taking this 1988 Motorhome and transforming into an eco-friendly and incredibly cozy tiny house!
While the truck still runs they don’t intend to travel in it, but rather have it parked on a 200 acre farm in rural Ontario (they even have their own chickens). Neither Geoff nor Rose have building experience, so they learned as they went and carefully researched everything. They even insulated the whole home with wool they cleaned themselves! Woah.
We got the chance to do a Q&A with Geoff which you can read below the photo tour. They documented the entire build from start to finish on Instagram (@woollymammothtiny) so be sure to follow them to get even more details.
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Couple’s Wooly-Mammoth Motorhome Cabin
This is the Creative Animal Tiny House on Wheels built by 84 Lumber, and it’s a tiny house on a mission!
The Creative Animal Foundation wants to help people live more sustainable lives in order to make the world a better place:
In 2017 & 2018, we are taking our message on the road to visit 50 cities in a tiny home on wheels. Along the way, we will build an online community of over 1 million people, create a video journal to showcase wildlife and people who are making the world a better place, and speak at schools, universities, businesses, and festivals.
Take a look at their amazing home and then watch their super in-depth video tour below the pictures!
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Sustainable Creative Animal Tiny House on Wheels