Many of us are asking and looking for off-grid offerings when it comes to tiny houses.
New Zealand company Build Tiny is back with another beautiful and off-grid ready tiny house. Their latest model is a collaboration work with architecture firm First Light Studio.
First Light Tiny House, as they have named it, was built for a client who has harbored the dream of owning a tiny house for close to 4 years.
The designers and builders were able to come up with a masterpiece, suitable for both permanent parking and life on the move.
It is built on a double axle detachable trailer, and measures 7.2-m (23 ft)-long. It is a steel frame, with a corrugated steel exterior, which has been painted black.
”This project came about slightly differently than our normal build process. This client had been dreaming of building her own tiny house for close to 4 years before she took the plunge and hired award-winning architecture firm – First Light Studio – to design her dream tiny house.
They worked together to come up with the concept design and then a year or so later, approached us to help bring the project to reality. Usually, we do our own design work in-house, so it was a bit different working alongside Anna and her team at First Light Studio. We’re just in love with the design, and think they did an excellent job for the client.” Build Tiny explains.
The client, K. O’Dea was thankful for the product.
“To the Build Tiny Crew, Thanks so much for making my tiny house dream a reality. I truly appreciate the quality of the build, and how easy you all have been to deal with. If you are ever around in Wellington, feel free to come and see the tiny house in its new spot.” she said.
It may be a tiny house, but somehow they were able to fix a double door, which is the primary entry into the living room and the house. Interior walls are just breathtakingly beautiful, finished in poplar and birch plywood.
As with many tiny houses, storage is integrated in many areas, including inside the sofa, complementing the adequate overhead storage.