I would like to introduce you to a new prefabricated experimental tiny house by Pin-Up Houses. They call it “France.”
It consists of 21 separate insulated panels that are connected together with threaded rods. The house can be assembled and reassembled easily in just one day.
This tiny house is made up of three main spaces:
- The blue space is for sleeping and is divided by a multifunctional partition that serves as shelves and an entrance to the bedroom.
- The white space serves as the day zone with multifunctional seats and a table.
- The red space appropriately contains the wood-burning stove and kitchenette.
There you have it, blue, white and red; the colors of the French flag and the color-coordnated spaces found in this unique Tiny House, “France.”
The folks at Pin-Up Houses have also published a new book, How to Build a Tiny House. Learn more about this innovate company at the Pin-Up Houses website.
In this video they explain how the prefab house is assembled.
Below you can see some detailed photos of the assembly.
Here’s the finished house inside and out.
Learn more at the Pin-Up Houses website.
Wow that looks so amazing, but how would it be for Ontario winters???