As I mentioned previously the camping cabin and this super lightweight design for Nine Tiny Feet have been bubbling in my head for the past couple of weeks. Now that I see it in pixels I’m not sure what I think about it. I can’t help but like the traditional style of the original design but I do appreciate the extreme aerodynamics of this variation.
I also like that the addition of a rain water collection system and soil box grey water system. Don’t worry I realize that the amount of water these two systems could process is minimal. In fact this tiny roof would not collect enough water to survive and the grey water system would probably overflow with excessive use; but I like the idea of experimenting with as many self-sufficient low-tech ideas as possible. After all that’s what this house is all about, getting the most out of the least.
I’ll put a more detailed description of the design on the Nine Tiny Feet project blog for those curious about learning more about this variation. My plan is to take this design, the shed roof version, and the original version and mash them together into a design that leverages the best from all three.