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The Phoenix Tiny House on a Lava Field in Hawaii


This is the Phoenix House, a tiny house on a lava field in Hawaii!

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Lava Field Tiny House in Hawaii

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It is a 450-sq.-ft. cabin by Artistree Home.

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Ready to go inside the Phoenix House?

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The large windows allow for expansive views.

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The floor plan features a living area, desk, dining nook, kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping loft.

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There are two doors in this tiny house.

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View from the kitchen area.

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The kitchen is rustic with open shelving.

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This tiny house has a very rustic, off-grid feel.

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Can you see yourself living in a cabin like this?

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The upstairs sleeping loft is extra spacious. It looks and feels like it’s a main-floor bedroom.

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Night stands on each side of the bed.

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Open ceilings with perfectly positioned ceiling fans for air circulation.

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The bathroom has the same theme as the kitchen.

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There’s a standard flush toilet here.

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A shower with plenty of space.

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This is the Phoenix House in Hawaii.

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Would you ever consider staying here? How do you like the style of this tiny house?

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Highlights

  • 450-sq.-ft. tiny house
  • The Pheonix House
  • Located in Hawaii
  • On a lava field!
  • Bookable on Airbnb
  • Designed by Artistree Home

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  • Diana
    February 2, 2022, 4:03 pm

    I live very close to this area and know this tiny house. Its nice to see what it looks like inside. The area is very off grid. No utilities out there, just solar and catchment. Its pretty much wide open and has great views of the ocean. All styles of building and a lot of them are tiny home styles. Just one place where a Russian built a hotel of sorts which is totally illegal but that is not too close to this one. The hotel/hostel is called Open Gate. I gave a ride to a couple kids that were duped into doing a work trade there. Strange stories. As long as you steer clear of that place the rest of the area is nice!

    • jOE sTOLFI
      February 4, 2022, 3:22 pm

      One of my favorite houses is in that lava field ..
      I wish I could add a photo here ..
      It appears to be built from a Conex, then a roof over with a large porch running lengthwise
      and a cupola .. It well off the road, and I did not see a vehicle in the driveway ..
      I would love to see the insides, maybe on my next trip ……………….. I can Hope

  • Harmony Kieding
    February 3, 2022, 2:02 am

    A great tiny house! Personally, I don’t think I’d ever feel entirely at ease living in a lava field, though. But the tiny house feels open and light… and above all, it’s a tiny house! Transportable! 🙂

    • James D.
      February 6, 2022, 2:34 am

      Well, it’s not meant to be moved… It’s not a THOW… So, just easier to move than a larger house but would need similar equipment to move it as you would a larger house or small prefab home…

  • Alison
    February 5, 2022, 5:09 pm

    I wonder where the toilet flushes to. Did they dig a septic system in the lava field? Or is it some above-ground system? Also, do they get much wind there? It looks like it could blow over. Good job though, making use of difficult terrain.

    • James D.
      February 6, 2022, 1:31 am

      Well, as their site states, it’s “part of a regenerative, off-grid community compound.” Water is from rain catchment and power is suppose to be from regenerative sources. So, aside from Internet they’re off-grid and since it’s a community compound, it’s probably a buried septic system as that’s the simplest solution that doesn’t require power for pumps, etc, and can be very basic as the island does have septic services that can come by periodically to drain it and can service all the units in the community.

      It is “situated on the 1990 Kalapana lava flow and is just 4 miles from a 100ft waterfall of lava flowing into the ocean at 1 ton a minute.” While they wanted it to be environmental, with recycled materials, etc. So probably designed for minimal impact but it does look well secured to those footings and they have a long history of building structures that last. So likely can handle pretty strong winds, it’s not unusual to build them to handle up to around 125MPH winds just to be safe… Though, aside from the occasional tropical storm, it doesn’t appear to get that windy there usually… Probably have more to worry from the volcanic activity but that’s par the course for the island it’s on…

  • NITA Hiltner
    February 20, 2022, 1:00 pm

    I would be afraid it would blow over.

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