Dee Williams has launched the Portland Alternative Dwellings website with the web design help of Tammy Strobel of RowdyKittens. The first design they’ve created is the The Don Vardo (pictured below) which demonstrates the high quality craftsmanship of the homes they will build. It’s intended to be a writing/guest studio and complete with electric radiant heat, a kitchen nook, desk, and pull-out double bed. The structure is incredibly stout and built to take the stress of road trips. This is one tiny house company to watch.
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No mention of shower/toilet, though. If such tiny houses are built to be part of a community of them, with a shared bathroom facility to be kept clean by a janitorial service, then fine. Otherwise, these tiny houses must be made complete.