4 Funky Micro Homes: Which would you take?

Pinned on December 21, 2013 at 2:03 pm by Alex

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4 Funky Micro Homes: Which would you take?

Image: Moacir de Sa Pereira (Flickr)

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Image: Per Hammarberg’s Long Walk

double-a-frame-micro-house

Image: ItsNiceThat

funky-stacked-micro-house

Image: Dwell

I hope you enjoyed these 4 funky micro houses as much as I did.

Which was your favorite?

For me, it was the 2nd one because of the balconies.

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Doc says:

Well the Last one’s a little modern for us. The first one’s a little too quirky. Not quite enough room in that little a-frame. So, I would have to go for the second one for the very same reasons you picked. I am still trying to figure out how to build a rooftop deck on my tiny house! Like that there are balconies but love that rooftop deck. Nice.

jerryd says:

I too like the second one best bang for the buck. Really like the roof deck. Not sure why so few are built as in a lot of places, especially those with mosquito’s, sitting high gets you up in the breeze and away from them and stay cool.

I’d go a lift, a ladder like the bookcase one and a pole instead of stairs. Quite easy if illegal to build a lift.

Though the same material/size in a single story would be better if you didn’t need height for the view.

They are several ways to waterproof a flat deck but modern membraines made for it make it a breeze now. Just make the roof a little wider, a good amount wider in the south for more overhand to keep water off with just a degree or 2 of tilt to drain water but not enough to notice.

Then build decking, rock in tar, etc on top to walk on.

Another is boat fiberglass to waterproof.

Tom Zollinger says:

OKAY, I’ll follow the leaders. I, too am partial to #2 (Flickr) with #4 a distant 2d. Too many strangers and other folk would invade my peace, tranquility and privacy in a boat.

I love the gypsy one in Lyon France, but I can’t find how to get back to it online. Please give me a url. thanks

Tom Zollinger says:

Not a bona fide reply, BUT I delete wheeled houses as a matter of course. This, however, showed up on a video for Amish Cabin Company. The builder unashamedly confesses that he is an Artiste. I must agree. Please watch — http://www.amishcabincompany.com/video-intro/

Tom Zollinger says:

My humble apology, Watch video for Cumberland2, The wheeled house video is on the “people also watched” following vid. Still worth a look

Tom Z

D C says:

# 4 is a kids playhouse. click on the “Dwell” link below the pic for the full image.

Paul says:

I think number one gives a whole new perspective of “going downnn.”

Actually, none of these did anything for me… and as always, a floorplan helps, single photos don’t.


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