The rustic materials connect the house to nature while having a contrasting contemporary form.
The tiny home is wrapped in a thick blanket of insulation which allows for energy savings up to 90% in energy consumption in heating and cooling. In the summers the cool trapped air stays longer as well as the heat trapped longer in the cold winter nights. While having an air tight envelope, fresh air is allowed through the air tight windows and door, or you can install an ERV.
Solar Panels installed on the Roof allow an off the grid lifestyle where you can be free and independent from society while benefiting nature's well being.
The drawings for this tiny house go for $365
Simple modifications can be done if there is specific furniture you would like to make sure fits in or slight changes to window placement, etc. I would be happy to help you with any changes that you feel would make you happy with the end result.
This tiny home got inspired by my inner hippie that was always been within me waiting to come out to explore and be adventurous. The sense of peace, serenity, and self love resonate with the overall feeling of the design of this tiny house.
Casita Hippie Lifestyle:
This tiny house allows for a minimalistic life style through owning less material wise but being rich in the fact that this tiny house has unique and special spaces for relaxation, privacy and being close to nature. The lofted bed has a beautiful sized window facing the stars at night. The entrance porch allows for a nice reading on a beautiful sunny day or a serene nap on a hammock.
Off the Grid Tiny House:
This tiny house is wrapped in a blanket of insulation keeping the house air tight all year around. PV panels are also designed on the roof to allow for solar energy production and as a result one can live an off the grid lifestyle.
280 Square Feet
Kitchenette: Stove Top, Microwave, Sink, Mini Fridge, Cabinets
Restroom: toilet, shower, sink
Laundry: Dryer and Washer
Island dining area
Storage within Stair Steps
A Magic Home designed with sacred geometry to be synchronized vibrantly and mathematically with nature and even more with the universe. Mis casitas can be designed to be molded to any value, belief and magic you have within.
On the front side we have 3 different colored cedar siding with the door being blended in as well as the foldable deck.
In the back we have the same colored cedar siding composed in a different organic way with glazing to allow ventilation and sunlight.
On the curved roof we have a delicate opening that allows the inhabitants to see the clouds during the day and the stars at night.
In the interior we have two separate moveable walls that allow for flexibilty use of space.
In between the dynamic walls we have the entertaining space with a movie projecting into the other wall. One wall is composed of a 4’ foldable couch, a 2’ foldable dining table, 2 foldable stools stored in the left wall shown in the section.
The right wall is composed of mainly storage space: compacted washer and dryers, clothing, maintenance tools as well as a fixed ladder that goes up to the foldable mattress bed. At night the two walls mesh together to make a 4’ x 6.5’ space on the top to allow for 2 people to sleep and see the stars wherever in the world the are living.
240SF Tiny Home
$240 For Floor Plans, Elevations and Sections
This tiny mountain home hybrids between the green open land and the wise mountains in the 360 view. The warm gray metal envelope shelter’s the soft green wood interior of this couple’s freedom house. The monoslope roof allows for quick snow down slide during the freezing winter months and keep the house warm with the 14” insulated envelope hugging its inhabitants. The client had in possession two 5’x7’ large windows and five 3’x1.5’ sliding windows that were beautifully placed on the Southwest side and North east to allow for cross ventilation during the warm summers, keep the house warm during the white winters and of course breath in the magnificient views of nature. This 450SF home is perfect for the client, his wife and 2 kids. It has a lofted space, 7’ above the two foldable twin beds, which allows for privacy and intimacy.
This casita magica shows that not only living by the magestic mountains of alaska or near the ocean is the only way to experience magic and beauty. Casita Mexicana was inspired by the sharp presence of the cacti that inhabit the desert lands of the country. Magic has no limits nor should your dreams.
After taking my fourth exam to becoming a licensed architect, I celebrated by doing another design competition and I found this one on designing a container home in the magical land of Canada!
The owner wants to create a home better than any prefab home with 3 (40ft) containers and 1 (20ft) container to create the home of his dreams on a 5 acre flat land surrounded by majestic mountains.
My intention for this design was to honor the mountains and be part of them. The colors complement the white snow in the winter and the green vegetation in the summer. With only 1 view per container, it allows a beautiful connection and framed view of the beauty and magic that Canada radiates effortlessly.
This tiny home is in the making...for the Veteran's Tiny Home Design Competition....
A wonderful lady from South Africa moved to Kansas City and immediately bought an old abandoned suburban house and was looking to remodel it immediately. She wanted a very minimalistic and contemporary feel and look along with lots of shelving for her books, art and pictures. The main living room area that I had the most fun with for it's where she will be spending most of her time and it will be the grand entrance to her new home, so the impression and feeling that people get when the first enter her home were very important to her. This project is currently in construction and cannot wait to see the end result!