I’m totally inspired by this tiny house design. It’s a very expensive Glamping cabin in Australia but looks more like an awesome tiny home with a view. Definitely useful as a design concept to emulate.
“Longitude 131° consists of just 15 luxurious elevated tents, each paying homage to and early Australian pioneer or explorer. The white dome roof and billowing fabric create the illusion of camping, however the similarities end there.”
See more of this house at Go Glamping in Australia – Longitude 131°.
Small traveling business in a tiny restored trailer.
“When she lived in London, Kara Rosenlund (see our recent House Call) made frequent sojourns to France in pursuit of vintage treasures and flea market finds. Upon returning to her native Australia, she noticed a gap in the market and decided to fill the void with Travelling Wares. Hitting the road in style, Rosenlund offers up practical, well-curated, vintage items from a restored 1956 Franklin Caravan.”
Continue reading about A Mobile Brocante in Australia : Remodelista.
Remote cabins often need clever solutions for securing them while the owner is away. Here’s a great solution for an isolated home. It’s a 10′ by 10′ two-story prefab house with a rainwater collection system and metal flip-up siding. It’s located in Australia. Great design and definitely has a lot of potential for sparking the imagination.
Tiny House in the Outback
This artist’s studio isn’t exactly tiny at 775 square feet but I wanted to share it because it’s an example of a small building that uses industrial materials to form an attractive space. I can imagine how a tiny house could be built the same way from off-the-shelf low-cost industrial parts. It seems like an ideal way to go for someone looking for a modern look & feel and a durable structure. This modern studio is located in Melbourne, Australia and was designed by Open Studio Pty Ltd.
Here’s another tiny sustainable shipping container house. This one is from some Australian architects, Fulton and Salomon. It’s a fully self contained house that can be placed on virtually any site and comes complete with solar panels, a composting toilet, and hydroponic green vegetable wall. You can read more at container-life.
These little houses were created to solve the immediate housing needs of those who lost their homes to the recent fires in Australia. The are pre-fabricated concrete structures that provide a simple yet adequate temporary home complete with a kitchen and bathroom. Read more at Coming Unmoored.