When you step inside, the area to your left transforms between a bedroom and dining room but it can also be used as a hobby room (like for yoga or for kids to play) since both the bed and the dining table can be stored up into the walls. Pretty cool feature, right? Please enjoy and learn more below!
This is the MADI model by Renato Vidal. It’s a design for a folding prefab A-frame cabin.
You can watch the video below to see how it works. You can even add multiple units together to create your own customized A-frame home! Pretty cool, right?
If you like this concept, be sure to read Lloyd Alter’s article about it on Tree Hugger. Over at MADI you can even download a printable paper kit to build your own miniature model of the folding M.A.DI. A-frame Cabin.
Have you had a chance to spend a few nights in tiny house yet? Lots of us LOVE tiny homes, but still haven’t had a chance to try one out yet!
And that’s why I’m showing you these 34 tiny house vacations that you can book right now if you want to!
Imagine what it would be like to know what it feels like to sleep and spend time in a tiny home…
It could be as serious as figuring out whether you can live tiny or not, or it could just be a fun experience to add to your life, right?
So let me take you through the list and then you can tell me which one is your favorite in the comments!
1. Off-Grid Tiny Cabin on Wheels with Roll Up Garage Window in Central Frontenac, Ontario
Just click or tap on any of the photos where you want to see the rest of the tiny home!
Although I can see something like this being built inexpensively, especially if you build it yourself, this is a luxury vacation unit that’s pricey to stay in (unfortunately!).
But I still thought it was so cool that I had to show it to you so I hope you enjoy looking at it at least! So please enjoy the tour, leave a comment, and learn more about this treehouse in the resource links below.
It’s a 3 part series (you can watch Part 1 and Part 2 for FREE below).
And if you’d like, you can help fund Part 3 right here.
Two women, Sam and Stasia, co-founded the BC Tiny House Collective in 2016 to legitimize and legalize tiny houses in the province of British Columbia, Canada. They now have thousands of people supporting them, and over a hundred volunteers to help with everything from building tiny houses and analyzing research data, to updating their website.
They’re using a 3-pronged approach to try and legalize tiny houses in their area that seems very interesting and effective:
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This is the Ventana Tiny Home on Wheels by Alpine Tiny Homes.
It’s a 32ft THOW with oversized windows headed to Santa Cruz, California to a family of five!
Step inside to take the grand tour and then let me know what you think about it in the comments below. Thanks!