Solar-Powered Tiny House measures 28 feet (8. 5 m)-long which is based on a triple-axle trailer. It’s clad in tongue and groove exterior, with metal accenting. Inside, the dwelling has a total floor space of 280 sq ft (26 sq m) and the floor is decked out in bamboo, while the kitchen counter tops are produced from beetle kill pinus radiata.
Visitors enter into the living room, which has a breakfast bar and kitchen nearby. This last mentioned area features a sizable copper mineral sink, full-size appliances and storage space, including a pantry. The restroom, meanwhile, has a bath/shower, composting bathroom, copper sink, and a tiny doggy door.
The grasp bedroom is found in the gooseneck (raised) part of the trailer and is reached with a set of stairs with integrated cat door that leads outside. A sliding door offers level of privacy and the room has enough headroom to stand up – a luxury in a tiny house. The artist’s loft (picture below) is directly next to the bedroom, in an increased loft area.
It looks relatively spacious, though does have the conventional tiny house-style low limit. Alpine Tiny Homes installed a 24-inch TV plus some storage units for the boy’s gaming systems.
The Artist runs off-the-grid and receives all electricity from a roof-based 1. 5 kW solar array which installed to an Objective Zero battery system to ensure the juice will keep flowing when the sunshine isn’t shining. Both the oven and water heating unit are powered by gas.