Starting out from the US, tiny house movement has come a long way, gradually spreading throughout the world with Europe being no exception. Bruno Thiéry is seemingly handling the French tiny house movement all by himself, he runs a tiny house company called La Tiny House, described as the first tiny house manufacturer in France. Using boat trailers, the carpentry team at La Tiny House makes lightweight tiny houses, weighing under 7,716 lbs to abide with tiny house weight restrictions in France.
The company desires to make tiny houses available to European customers wanting to downsize their lifestyle. Today, they offer three types of tiny house plans, in different sizes. The Tiny Granville features sloping roof and skylight, while the Tiny Stream has a bent roof and the Tiny Appalachian is their biggest model, with an option to include four beds. Each tiny house can have one or more sleeping arrangements, according to the needs of the user.
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La Tiny House also offers options to include bathroom and kitchen facilities, as well as choose the desired finishing and amenities. Usually, they make tiny Houses with a floor area of 10 to 15-square-meter, with one or two mezzanines of five to seven-square-meter. Pricing for the basic model measuring 4-meters starts at €23,500 ($26,545), making it an ideal option for affordable living.