The ProtoStoga is a micro building on wheels created by Ann Holley.
“…we are loading up the ProtoStoga and heading to Missouri. It is Friday August 17 through Sunday August 19. We will set up a tiny house library inside the Stoga and have some tiny/mobile house history information and activities for kids. It should be fun!”
Get all the details about the ProtoStoga Event This Weekend!
A few more interior photos of Ann Holley’s Protostoga have been posted on Tiny House Blog. This tiny home’s floor measures only 4’10” by 7’6” and at it’s widest measures 6’4” by 8’3”. So it’s just big enough for a full-size bed and a little space for a few personal items.
More Photos of the Protostoga
Ann Holley has completed her ProtoStoga, which is an ultralight vardo style tiny house. They estimate that it weighs between 800 and 1,000 pounds. The quality of finish is extremely high and several clever details were used to make it more usable including a dutch style foor.
Ann Holley’s tiny house project is coming along nicely. With the help of her family and fiance she is building a tiny house in Colorado with the plan of moving it to Alfred, New York where it will serve as their home while attending graduate school.
Tiny ProtoHaus in a Landscape also see the ProtoHaus website
This is a model of a house currently under construction in Colorado by Ann Holley, an Alfred University graduate student. Alfred University is located in upstate New York and has a great graduate art program. The house has been built with sustainability in mind and will be off-the-grid and powered by wind and solar. Read more about it on Tiny House Blog, RowdyKittens, and the ProtoHaus Project website.