This floating guest house is nestled among a community of eclectic houseboats on the Willamette River in Portland, Oregon. The project was designed to work as a part-time residence for a couple’s use while their main floating home is being built. After moving into the main house, the guest house will become a vacation retreat for visiting family and friends.” - Tiny House Blog
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The Anthenea measures just 4.6m in diameter and is made from fibreglass. A hydraulic jack opens the main door, but one of the most striking features is the glass bottom, which allows you to admire marine life close-up.
‘It’s very relaxing,’ says Ducancelle. ‘You feel like you’re actually floating in the water. It’s also more stable than a boat: it can resist a cyclone.’” - Mail Online.
See more of this tiny house Straight out of James Bond, Pierre Cardin’s space-age floating pod in St Tropez
It all started with a wildly imaginative dream, sketched on a cocktail napkin one summer night in 2011. Chris and Kristen wanted to design a boat to use as a creative outlet and a place for entertaining summer guests. Never mind the fact that neither had experience with boat building. The couple, artists and gallery owners who divide their time between Newport and New York, aren’t ones to shun a challenge, no matter how unachievable it may seem.” - Apartment Therapy
Currently moored in East London on the Grand Union Canal, the narrowboat living space is a teeny 36 feet in length and 6 foot 2 width. Having first been constructed in the 1970’s, the boat has been lovingly stripped back to it’s original shell and restored from scratch.
With the layout being as open plan as possible to maximise light from the unusually large windows, and the rubber floor having been especially chosen for its heat storing properties and functional finish…” - Dominique Brown
Extreme floating tiny house that would make James Bond feel at home.
“The Anthenea measures just 4.6m in diameter and is made from fibreglass. A hydraulic jack opens the main door, but one of the most striking features is the glass bottom, which allows you to admire marine life close-up.
‘It’s very relaxing,’ says Ducancelle. ‘You feel like you’re actually floating in the water. It’s also more stable than a boat: it can resist a cyclone.’”
This design concept has some extreme ideas for self-sufficient living.
“No Land In Sight is a student project from the Oslo School of Architecture and Design. It explores the relationship between adventuring humans and the sea, examining exactly how a long-term sea journey would play out practically and technologically.”
Deek assembled a little collection of tiny space eye candy. This A-frame is my favorite.
“These are posted here for the simple sake of some inspirational eye candy- the reason there are no interiors, and such.”
A tiny house living story aboard a houseboat.
“Meet Tracy Metro and her lush 560 square foot houseboat that she and her husband live in full-time.”
Read more about Tracy Metro’s 560 Square Foot Houseboat.
This is a bit of an older story but a good one.
“William Woodbridge is a 21 year old second year university student. He has a unique way of looking at life and how he lives as a student is quite different than the usual. Williams lives in a teepee and a floating teepee at that. Will says ‘It’s deliciously hippyish.’”
Read more about William’s Floating Teepee.