This backyard tiny house is used as an office. If you work from home what better way to separate your career life with your home life then to build an office a few steps away?
Designed by Sarah Deeds of Deeds Design and built by carpenter John McBride.
The passive solar structure is just 120-square-feet in size and since it’s heavily insulated requires no heating at all.
With the sun coming in, a computer running and a human body inside it keeps warm just fine.
Fortunately our friends Kirsten Dirksen and Nicolas Boullosa of Faircompanies went and visited to create an amazing video tour and interview we can all enjoy.
Most of the wood used to build the structure was either FSC certified or salvaged. Enjoy the rest of the photos and a video tour below:
Notice the custom built desk and how you can slide paperwork in the slots provided to keep organized and maintain a clutter-free environment. Great idea!
I really like the old school sink. Very well done.
Video: Backyard Tiny House Office Studio
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