This is Tiny France: The £1,000 tiny house ($1,200) built by Czech architect Vojtěch Valda.
The home is built with 21 insulated panels that “click” together like legos and can be built in a few hours.
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Tiny France: The £1,000 tiny house
Video: Just 1,000 tiny flat-pack house with a bedroom, living room and kitchen
- 21 Insulated panels
- Color-coded sleeping, living and kitchen areas
- Prototype sits in the village of Třebešice, south of Prague
- Architect working on his doctoral thesis
- Assembled and reassembled easily
- Woodburning stove
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~sadness~ not here in the US…..
Stop teasing us with superb European concepts that we can’t get in the US! I love these homes and took a look at the company. Just add as many components as you want and build your home as large or small as you want. No one in the US offers something like this especially for this low price! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE.
Take a look at http://www.Morhaus.com for pre-fab panelled structures
I’m so sorry Janet! With any luck it will inspire US builders to follow suit 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Gotta have a Loo ! Don’t care for the colors but like the click-idea !
Yes I’d change the colors too 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
Great way to build a tiny house. This is the way national builders build houses in the USA. Prefab and just put together. No need to hire builders at high prices. Sooner or later somebody here is going to offer these houses. Thank you.
I hope they do! — Tiny House Talk Team
Apparently my comments have not posted, but http://www.morhaus.com has a similar approach with a 12’x4′ module that goes together in a day and can be disassembled and moved.
Our typical unit has been the Mor16 that has 12×16 interior space w/ 12×4 porch.
I would buy two of them to provide more generous spaces and to put in a bathroom. Love the concept and love the vivid colors. Great job!
Good idea! — Tiny House Talk Team
For me, it’s not a home without a kitchen and a full bath. This is well done and dividing the interior space with the bands of color is very interesting and novel. I think this is well done. It has all the potential of not working but it does because it has been well done. Bravo!
Yes 🙂 — Tiny House Talk Team
FINALLY…A Tiny House to justify the concept…I doubt any company in North AmeriKOCH will consider it as an option as there seems to be another method of population control in process. But I can see it in Mexico and farther south…Be a great unit for other countries to help nations like Haiti as they could provide more housing with $5000 than the GOP OWNED Red Cross did with $480,000,000…
I notice none of the usual contact INFO…Can there be a collaboration or Franchising option?
Yes for some reason all I could find was the architect’s name, but no other contact or website info about him 🙁 I did search, though! — Tiny House Talk Team
Amazing! Though I did not really see the kitchenette…yes, we have seen some prefabs here before but they are not cheap…have seen homes for the homeless in the thousands! This is fantastic.
Ya there’s not an awesome view of the kitchen. Not sure what “kitchenette” entails though. — Tiny House Talk Team
Viva La France….!
I found this :
http://www.pinuphouses.com/plans/tiny-house/france/ – I hope it helps. 🙂