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Ty Kobar Tiny House by Ty Rodou


This is the Ty Kobar Tiny House on Wheels by French tiny home builder, Ty Rodou. It’s a tiny house shell that was built ready to finish as you please. The outside features a french door entry and a combination of circular and rectangular shaped windows.

The house itself is shaped in an interesting way, isn’t it? The inside is unfinished but does feature a really nice custom-built spiral staircase that takes you into the sleeping loft. Pretty nice!

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Images © Ty Rodou

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Related: The London Tiny House by Ty Rodou

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  • Karen Blackburn December 26, 2018, 1:42 am

    So many possibilities. Great idea showing them as a shell as this gives a better idea of size. It also means that you can change the placing of items such as the kitchen and living areas if desired. Especially like the proper staircase.

  • Bob H December 26, 2018, 5:51 am

    Great spiral staircase. Build on a foundation, increase size 16 x 24 add a higher loft and you would have a place to live in year round.

  • Joan December 26, 2018, 3:38 pm

    I wondered why it took so long to see a spiral staircase… great idea! Doesn’t waste space.. I would close the steps… I don’t feel secure otherwise. Thanks for listening.

    • James D. December 27, 2018, 3:33 am

      While spiral staircases take up less space than traditional stairs, the fact that they take up so little floor space is also their biggest disadvantage. Almost inevitably, they’re going to be steeper than regular stairs; therefore, they are difficult for some people to use, especially the elderly. The circular movement as one climbs or descends can also be unnerving to some people. It can also present problems for large people or those unsure of their balance.

      This also extends to being able to carry things up and down them and they aren’t as adaptable for other uses like how many use stairs for storage spaces.

      So there’s reasons why you don’t see more of them but there are a number of tiny homes that have them…

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