A tiny house can also be bright and colorful. And that’s what Magenta, is trying to accomplish.
The 11-foot by 6-foot home from Pin-Up is built on a flat trailer, from plywood brightly painted barbie pink.
Architect Joshua Woodsman calls it a ”a manifesto of temporary independent housing, against debt and mortgages.”
It is more of a on-road living kind of house.
The house has heat insulation on all sides, and features a sofa bed, heating stoves, a chemical toilet and a small kitchenette.
Nets cleverly stretch along the walls to provide extra storage.
The house also has functional wiring, meaning it can easily be connected to the mains by cable. There are also 3 electrical outlets.
The kitchenette is equipped with a water tank, a gas cooker and plenty of drawers.
This tiny house is an ultra-bargain, with a construction cost of just $11,000.