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Tiny House Designs by Quick Housing Solutions

Quick Housing Solution has mastered small spaces with their one-bedroom Jillaroo, the studio Squatter, and their office space Joey.

This is a Sydney, Australia based company and they call each of their dwellings a SHACK in a PACK.

They are designed using modular panels and there are several choices in colors. The panels are put together using snap-click-lock technology which they say works like “Lego”. Using this system makes the installation quick without the need of heavy equipment.

According to their website Australia has had their own housing crisis where there has been a need for students and the elderly for affordable housing. Due to this, the government has released a policy allowing all residential home-owners with large enough lots to be granted approval to build a “granny flat” on their property.

This new policy allows homeowners to expand their housing space and/or earn extra rental income from their property. It’s nice to see how the Australian government responded to the housing needs over there.

So, take a look at some of their designs right here and then jump on over to their website to learn more about their SHACK in a PACK granny flats.

Backyard Office – Joey

Backyard Office - Joey - By Quick Housing Solutions in Sydney

Photo Credits: Quick Housing Solutions

Layout of Joey - Backyard Office

Studio – Squatter

Studio by Quick Housing Solutions - Squatter Tiny House Floor Plan and Layout - Squatter

One bedroom – Jillaroo

Jillaroo - One Bedroom House - by Quick Housing Solutions Sydney Jillaroo - Small House Floor plan and Design

For more pictures and information on these tiny house designs visit Quick Housing Solutions.

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  • Jay Creighton
    September 30, 2010, 3:12 am

    Very nice. I love the simple geometry, clear space delineation, and public vs. private space separation. Simple, clean lines, logic, efficiency and comfort. That's just the way I like it.

  • creeksitter
    October 1, 2010, 10:40 am

    Something is off on the metric conversion. The square feet look like they should be multiplied by a factor of 3 or so.

  • DougTheBug
    June 14, 2011, 6:37 pm

    I agree creeksitter, 38 sq feet would very much not represent that office.

  • June 14, 2011, 9:41 pm

    Yeah… I’m not sure what I was on when I wrote this post.

  • allister patterson
    September 8, 2011, 5:18 am

    the jillaroo dosnt look right a one bed looking that big of 18m2 i dont know but it dont seem right to me

  • Misty
    June 20, 2015, 2:39 am

    In the one bedroom where is the closet?

  • dongbo chen
    November 11, 2015, 11:27 am

    it’s very cute,and the arrangement of the house is right and make me comfortable.

  • Jon
    June 14, 2016, 2:23 am

    I would like to know what type of insulation or if there is any used in tiny houses ceilings to keep out heat in the summer.

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