The Toybox tiny home is just 140 square feet and designed by Frank Henderson and Paul Schultz. On the outside a three cube structural design is enhanced by varying exterior treatments. Inside the cubes carry over to form three functional and versatile including a kitchen, bathroom, ample seating, and a sleeping loft.
The tiny home features some comfort tech too. Radiant floor heating, blown in blanket (BIBs) insulation, and natural ventilation (cross & stack) keep the house comfortable year-round. Lighting and power are provided by outlets and LED strips that are carefully hidden throughout the home. The sloped ceiling is a finished plywood surface.
The roof is covered with a white, energy efficient, thermoplastic roof plane (TPO). The exterior walls are a painted cedar base that wrap three colorful corrugated fiberglass cubes. Natural cedar siding surrounds the triple cube design. Awning windows and a large sliding glass door allow ample natural daylight to penetrate and contribute to ventilation
To learn more about this tiny house visit the Toybox Tiny Home website.