La Tiny House – Tiny House Builder in France

La Tiny House builds tiny homes in France. They build several different designs from more traditional looking gable roofed homes, to curved roof homes like the one pictured here that they call the “tinystream” in reference to the Airstream trailers of the 1960s. But all their homes are custom built to their customers specifications.

One of the challenges in France is building a tiny house that is under 7,700 pounds. So they start with a custom trailer built by a local boat trailer builder. Their trailer design also allows for demounting the house to meet compliance requirements. The end result is a house that is easier to move, even by smaller vehicles, than in the USA.

So far they’ve built about 15 tiny houses that cost between 20,000 and 45,000 Euros ($23,000 – $51,000). They can build complete homes or partially finished homes for the do-it-yourselfer that wants to keep the budget down. Their homes can be built to connect to the power grid, or be setup with off-grid power.

Below is a recent video by Tiny House Giant Journey featuring La Tiny House. To learn more about this tiny house builder visit the La Tiny House website.

La Tiny House - Front Porch

La Tiny House - Inteior

La Tiny House - Kitchen

La Tiny House - Kitchen 2

La Tiny House - Bathroom

La Tiny House - Spiral Staircase

La Tiny House - Loft

2 thoughts on “La Tiny House – Tiny House Builder in France

  1. Marsha Cowan says:

    A very pretty tiny house, and well organized. I like the stair design, and the ample space. The loft is open and cozy. Beautiful!

  2. Maciej Szymczyk says:

    thank a very nice work you do! me and my girl-friend thinking of living in a tiny house. my girl-friend if she could really live in one and would have to try it out for at least one week. my question would be to ask if it is possible to try living in one of your tiny houses. thank you for yout video and work. I would be happy to hear from you.

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