Leveraging CAD design and CNC machines, Extraordinary Structures provides design/build manufacturing services and expertise in Santa Fe, New Mexico. They can build a tiny house for you or CNC a tiny house kit you build yourself – at considerable cost savings.
For example… right now on their website it says you can order the Salt Box design shown in the video below built by them for about $50,000 or the DIY version for $15,000 that you assemble. Check the Extraordinary Structures website for current pricing, details, and orders. Also check their website for more details about the house pictured below – The Prototype Saltbox Tiny House.
Extraordinary Structures is also the proud home to WikiHouseSFE, a chapter in the global WikiHouse effort. WikiHouse fosters an open source building system that follows a shared set of guidelines that focus on design & accessibility that produce precision construction and efficient shelter construction.
Extraordinary Structures is also currently in the process of creating an easy-to-use online storefront for calculating the rough cost of a project and scheduling a build date, visit the Extraordinary Structures website for updates on that.
They do more than tiny houses too. You could also talk to them about backyard ADUs (accessory dwelling units), and backyard studios/home offices, plus non-residential structs too, like sheds.
For more information visit the Extraordinary Structures website.
That’s a Kimberly wood stove, perfect for small spaces like tiny houses, yurts, and boats.
The seating in the photo above rolls for flexibility and to support the murphy bed when it is down.
Notice in the kitchen the drawer refrigerator and the one piece stainless counter top with large sink.
Above: The Murphy Bed is up. Below: The Murphy Bed is down.
In the video the murphy bed doesn’t look like it lays flat – but it does.
I like the open feel of the interior. It’s also not lacking for storage space.
Love the little wood soaking tub. Well I think it’s a tub. Looks like a tub.
Tiny sink fits nicely in the corner by the door. Hey, what’s that? A swinging door in a tiny house bathroom. We so many sliding bard doors these days – but swinging doors work just fine too.
Above: A view of the kitchen and bathroom door closed. Swinging doors have an advantage over surface sliding doors (like barn doors) and pocket doors. They don’t need that extra wall surface or cavity space and they only use space that’s already dedicated to path space (space you need to walk).
I think the exterior surface could be finished however you wanted – in case shiny armour isn’t your style.
It looks like a 24-foot tiny house – judging from the number and size of the exterior wall panels.