The NOMAD is a refreshing new modern micro home built in British Columbia. It measures just 10′ x 10′ and is designed to be shipped worldwide. It arrives unassembled and assembly should be completed by at least two people with at least handyman level building skills.
The design can be used for a variety of functions such as a home, studio, office, guest house, resort accommodations, low-income housing, or even as a disaster relief shelter. The interior configuration can be tailored to meet your needs. The systems can also be adapted to meet your needs.
Here’s how they describe the origins of this design:
“NOMADs designer Ian Kent has certainly pushed the size limits of a liveable house. By incorporating an innovative staircase and varying ceiling heights as well as maximizing natural light, Ian was able to prevent this home from being claustrophobic. “I knew that effective design could make a space this size feel comfortable. My goal was to produce an efficient yet cozy home with minimal impact on yard space and the environment”. 35 years of design and home-building experience provided the answers.” – NOMAD Micro Homes.
To learn more about this tiny home builder visit the NOMAD Micro Homes website and follow them on Twitter and Facebook.
Looks nice, but I would be scared to death of trying to go up those hanging steps and the open sides next to the bed. If you sleep in one spot and don’t move all night, maybe, but if you are like me and toss and turn and have to use the bathroom a few times a night and stumble to it half asleep, then NO WAY!