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The Novio Tiny House by Ma Maison Logique

This is the 210 sq. ft. Novio Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s designed/built by Maison Logique in Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada. This tiny home is 8’6″ wide and 22′ long. The main floor offers 150 sq. ft. of space with an additional 60 sq. ft. in loft space.

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The Novio Tiny House by Ma Maison Logique

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  • em
    December 16, 2016, 2:46 pm

    No bathroom?

    • Beth Grant DeRoos
      December 16, 2016, 4:25 pm

      Photo 12 shows white towels in the bathroom and photo 15 shows the door to the bathroom at the end of the kitchen where the stove is.

      • em
        December 17, 2016, 1:27 am

        I’m sorry. I thought that was just a small dressing area. In picture 15, it looks like they took the picture from above with a wall at the end of the heater. I would have used the whole area for the bathroom…..

  • Beth Grant DeRoos
    December 16, 2016, 4:28 pm

    Overall I love the design. Especially the light and airy feel. Dislike dark interiors and clutter. The one element that I dislike is the wall lighting with hanging cords. Cords need to be secured and straight and safe.

    • Peggy Andrews
      December 17, 2016, 3:32 pm

      I am in agreement with you about the cords. In fact, it appears the entire electric system was poorly planned with no ceiling lights, kitchen plugs, stove fan, technology connections, or exterior plugs.

      I have difficulty saying the interior is dark and cluttered. Yes, someone sat on the sofa and did not smooth it out… What else is cluttered? The half dozen items in the kitchen… like soap, scrub brush, tea towel, and a plant… this is not clutter, it is ‘staging’ because no one lives with so few things. Who has only 3 shirts, a hoodie and jacket, but and no pants, coats or shoes. This area appears to the the only space allocated for clothes. No hooks or closet near the entrance. It also serves as a storage for the portable desk (which may turn into an extended dining table).

      But the door closing system is a brilliant design making this area a changing room off the bathroom. Yet, when not in use allowing light to travel from one end of the space to the other.

      As far as dark interiors go, the entire home is painted white with light wood. Kitchen counter, sink and tap are light coloured. The only thing dark is the sofa, stove and tee shirts … which by the way appear to be the company’s brown logo colour.

      On the whole this is a good design with ample natural light. Doors which can open to a raised deck, average lavatory space, and good kitchen food storage. Not good for movie or tv unless blind lowers to be a viewing screen from computer streaming. Otherwise you cannot sit on the sofa and watch it.

      • Alison
        December 18, 2016, 3:27 pm

        I think Beth was saying she likes this house specifically because it is *not* dark and cluttered. I agree, very nice, airy feel.

        • Peggy Andrews
          December 18, 2016, 6:33 pm

          Alison, You are right. I misunderstood Beth’s phrasing. Thank you for pointing that out to me.

  • taniamaki
    December 16, 2016, 8:08 pm

    This is a beautiful small space that brings nature in with all of the beautiful glass. I would hard-wire the light fixtures to eliminate the wiring. This home is well thought out and beautifully done! Great job!

    • Natalie
      December 19, 2016, 11:22 am

      Yes it is! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Carol Hall
    December 17, 2016, 12:55 pm

    Pictures don’t show how to get to the sleeping loft, nor the rest of the bathroom, which I assume is on the kitchen sink side of the house in back. I love the simplicity. Agree with the others about the loose electrical cords. Also, do you have an English language version of your website?

    • Brian
      December 17, 2016, 7:18 pm

      If you are using Chrome, right click anywhere on their website and in the pop up you can click Translate to English.

  • jm
    December 17, 2016, 5:21 pm

    Only 40 days! Why not? I’ve built complete conventional homes in 30.

  • Theresa
    July 14, 2017, 12:26 pm

    I like how the plants are growing next to the door

  • W
    August 3, 2019, 8:39 pm

    Looks nice, but I noticed the cords, especially the hazardous one over the burner. The couch back looks murderously uncomfortable. It really needs some cushioning. I wouldn’t need two days before I would fall off the loft as it’s totally without railings – including the window light well, which is fundamentally an unexpected hole in the floor.

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