This model is named for the original prototype that made its debut at the 2016 Flower Show in an exhibit featuring Olympic National Park. This tiny house offers a cozy sleeping loft with its own skylight so you can literally sleep under the stars. A long bench in the main space provides not only a place to sit, but storage as well, and tall windows allow for plenty of natural light.
Named for the national park on Mount Desert Island in Maine where Claudia, Tim, and family spent many summers, this tiny house offers a sleeping cove (reached by a few steps, rather than a ladder) that can also be used as a small hang out space. In Japanese fashion, the bed can be rolled up during the day. This house also has a more spacious bathroom, and a lofted storage space.
We’ve named this tiny house for the national park in Claudia’s native Virginia. This two-bedroom unit includes a loft-bed, a sleeping cove, and a large bathroom with sink.
Tiny House No. 1
Our prototype tiny house that we built in 2015. TH#1 features a woody, light-filled interior and spacious sleeping loft, low maintenance exterior materials, an electrical system that is connected to the grid but can be switched to the solar powered batteries, all built on a custom 18’ trailer.