Theodore’s Tiny House

This tiny house design is only 240 sq. ft. The concept of this house without a loft is the utilization of a pullout sofa for sleeping. The floor plan is rather simple with two rectangles, one serving as a bath and the remaining area the living and kitchen areas. Dining is done on the patio or a folding table inside.

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Theodore's Tiny House
The side of Theodore’s tiny house showing the living room window.
Theodore's Tiny House
Direct view of the large window to the living room/kitchen.
Theodore's Tiny House
Coming around to the entrance to the tiny house.
Theodore's Tiny House
Direct view of the patio and entrance. I should mention that the chair models were designed by me and exist in the real world except I use them as dinning chairs.
Theodore's Tiny House
Another view of the patio.
Theodore's Tiny House
Further around to the side.
Theodore's Tiny House
Side of tiny house.
Theodore's Tiny House
Moving to the back of the house, facing the exterior walls of the bathroom.
Theodore's Tiny House
The same view, but during the day.
Theodore's Tiny House
Facing the exterior wall of the kitchen.
Theodore's Tiny House
Looking from the patio into the living/kitchen area.
Theodore's Tiny House
Kitchen area.
Theodore's Tiny House
Living area.
Theodore's Tiny House
Media center or possibly storage area or both. Also showing door to bathroom.
Theodore's Tiny House
In the bathroom.
Theodore's Tiny House
In the bathroom pointed at storage cabinet for clothes and shoes.
Theodore's Tiny House
Vanity in bathroom.

Due to the wall on the side that extends past the house on each side and forms part of the front entrance and patio, the house will have an appearance of a much substantial dwelling. The overhanging roof provides a visually interesting form as one travels around the small house.

HBosler

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Self-Portrait

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