Hikari Box by Portland Alternative Dwellings

The Hikari Box, designed by Derin Willians, is an easy to build 24-foot tiny house design.

Tiny house builders, Shelter Wise, says this is the easiest tiny house they’ve ever built – making it an ideal design for an owner-builder.

On the inside the Hakari Box is 184 square feet. It has an open light-filled main living room with a kitchen and bathroom on one end. Locating the plumbing all in one corner of the house makes it even easier to construct.

A Tansu style staircase – with built-in storage – makes it easy to climb into the queen sized loft bed. The high ceiling gives the house a spacious feeling.

Hikari is Jananese for “light-filled” and this house fullfills that with 14 windows, but the house ia also very energy efficient.

You can get a copy of the plans at the Portland Alternative Dwellings website.

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