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The Gem Tiny House on Wheels


This is a 173 sq. ft. tiny house on wheels called The Gem.

It was designed by Brian Crabb of Viva Collectiv.

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The Gem Tiny House with Double Lofts and More!

173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage

Photos via Viva Collectiv

173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage 173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage
173 Sq. Ft. THOW with Two Lofts and Floor Storage

Photos via Viva Collectiv

Highlights

  • 173 Sq. Ft.
  • Two lofts
  • Floor storage
  • Designed by Brian Crabb
  • Built by Total Property Solutions- Hunter Miley
  • Nicknamed “The Gem”

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{ 18 comments… add one }
  • Avatar Marcy

    Lovely, lovely. As attractive on the outside as it is on the inside. Nice use of space.

  • Avatar Joanna Chanin

    Lovely

  • Avatar j

    how much is this listed for?

  • Avatar Kathleen

    Gorgeous!!!!!

  • Avatar Cate

    First one I’ve seen that I like in quite a while. Love the bed not being in a high loft area and the full stove/oven and fridge. Good work!!

    • I think this is super nice, but still think I would be nervous that I would roll out of bed and end up rolling down that staircase…..I would put some type of bar up.

  • Avatar Sharene Pomnitz

    Nice THOW! Did I see this done on Tiny House Nation? Zach G designed the table with surrounding seating? I love the counters and large back splash behind the stove top!.

    • Avatar James D.

      Check the main link for Viva Collectiv, designer Brian Crabb has had quite a few of his designs showcased on Tiny House Nation…

      Given the importance of a good design for a Tiny House, hiring a pro like him can be worth it if you need help in that department…

  • Avatar Michael L

    Very nice design… it actually looks like a home inside!

  • Avatar Andrea

    Love EVERYTHING about this gorgeousness…now that’s a house! Wowee

  • Avatar Greg H

    Very nice build but what is going on with the bicycle crank above the kitchen counter?

  • Avatar Joseph

    Nice, but one question. What the hell is the bicycle crank for ? ? ?

  • Avatar Sar

    I won’t be a to sleep at night until I find out what that crank is! 🤔

  • Avatar Carole

    Just love the colours and design of this. Love, love, love! Congrats to those who made the design decisions.

  • Avatar Betty

    Very nice, but would need a comfy couch. 😛

  • Avatar Scott

    Nice use of space. I think the bicycle crank is used to bring down the green shelf above with the suitcase on it or to bring that pipe rack down below for temporary storage. I think it’s the latter, because i see the plants hanging extremely low off the counter. Also, the top loft has a wooden floor to cross before reaching the bed. Can’t roll off the bed without crossing that wooden floor. I would probably sleep on the lower bed and let guests/kids sleep up on the loft.

  • ” Art, if is Art, must be accessible to everyone”.
    Leo Tolstoy

  • Avatar Diana

    Love it! Great functional design with all anyone would need. Truly better than 80 percent of the others.

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