This is the Horizon Tiny House on Wheels by French tiny home builder, Ty Rodou. It’s shaped in a way that it would be aerodynamic during transport.
This tiny house features a set of Christmas lights on the outdoor deck which is perfect since today is Christmas! 🎄 Enjoy!
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The Horizon ‘Merry Christmas’ Tiny House
Images © Ty Rodou
How do you like this shape for a tiny house on wheels? It seems more aerodynamic doesn’t it?
I think so! And how about those fun Christmas lights? It’s always worth decorating for the holidays.
Here’s the bathroom in this tiny house. Look at that unique bathroom window! Pretty cool…
And there it goes…
Towed by a tractor on the farm because why not? It’s a great way to move it around.
A tiny house is a great way to gather together with friends and like-minded people.
How did you like this tiny house by Ty Rodou? Let us know in the comments! 🙂
Images © Ty Rodou
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Related: The London Tiny House by Ty Rodou
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I think having the end walls slant outward does a couple of things. First, it provides a sense of more space and Second it provides for more area to place shelving/storage/and decorations. Ingenious design.
Back in the early 60’s an American Car Manufacture designed the first vehicle with inside curved side vertical doors and windows. It didn’t take it long to catch on for the all the other manufacturers of vehicles to do the same thing. People loved it because they no longer “felt” cramped/confined in a tight inner compartment. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the designers of Tiny Homes apply the same concepts to the side walls of tiny homes as well. This concept would then bode well for the entire Tiny Home industry because not only would we have ends that slant/bulge outward, roof which are rounded, and interior walls which would curve outwards. If they can pull off the designs, it would revolutionize the entire industry and people would invariably have more “elbow” room perceived as well as used profusely.
All his homes are beautifully unique. I love them all!
I wish you would show more of the inside.