The Lumipod offers a modern take on the cabin in the woods. The compact dwelling’s most notable feature is its curved glass picture windows which can be retracted into its walls, so its main space can transform from an indoor space to an outdoor one in seconds. It’s available in three sizes, ranging from 18m² to 42m².
Awesome Tiny Homes
Headed to Australia? If you have an inkling for quiet, off-grid living, check out this home located in Mansfield. Never too Small takes us inside this tiny home, which is built from two shipping containers, each with a kitchen, bath, and sleep quarters. The main unit has a wall that folds down to reveal a deck and a fireplace.
There’s something so comforting about staying in a tiny house. Everything just seems more manageable. Latvian firm Brette Haus shows of their design for a prefabricated house that arrives partially assembled, then unfolds from its box shape to reveal its structure. Prices for the homes start at €22000 (~$26,700 USD).
Taos, New Mexico is known for its galleries, museums, and high-desert scenery. Located 10 miles from town, the Gypsy Rose Vardo is a cozy, 100 sq.ft. cabin that looks out over the brush and, and provides nearby access to Manby Hot Springs. The tiny house has a queen-size bed, a small kitchen, and nearby bathroom access.
Escape from the world in this off-grid tiny house, located in the woods of Fall Creek, Wisconsin, just 10 minutes from Big Falls County Park. It offers a cozy getaway for two adults, with a queen-size bed, a kitchen with an electric stove, sink, and mini-fridge, and a bathroom with an electric toilet and high-efficiency shower.
We’re pretty sure The Beatles envisioned a much larger ship when they proclaimed “We all live in a yellow submarine.” But as Living Big in a Tiny House shows us, you don’t even need to live beneath the waves to dwell in such a golden vessel. If you happen to be visiting New Zealand, you can even stay there.