This is a house who basic plan forms a T with different elevations for each section. The length that crosses the T shares the kitchen and living room and the dangling part of the T, the bedroom and bath. Clerestory windows above the the taller bedroom and bath section provide an abundance of light and feeling of a greater space. Actually, this space could be redesigned as a loft or for additional storage. The living room and kitchen is also flooded in light with large picture windows. Both the kitchen and the bedroom have access to the side patio.
Davie’s tiny house uses vertical space to provide the feel of much greater volume. This house is only 269 interior square feet. Multiple elevations of the roof with its’ generous overhang, provides an impressive architectural view of this tiny house.