French company Optinid is known for its tiny houses on wheels with unique sliding roofs that can be open or closed to the sun. This roof style is becoming popular as a cool alternative to skylights. No wonder then, Optinid is attracting new customers with this exciting feature. The most recent example is the Marie-Ange tiny house that sports the Optinid’s signature sliding roof.
This tiny house boasts a combination of rustic wood paneling and black corrugated metal on the exterior. The looks are simple and rustic, exactly what is demanded from a tiny house. Inside, there is an optimized living room, kitchen worktop with sink, double use office that doubles for stairs, and a large loft bedroom with a roof that can be slid away to let some sunshine in.
Underfloor heating is included to keep the living space comfortable in all seasons. Furthermore, a photovoltaic system is there to minimize the dependency on the power from the grid. This Optinid tiny house on wheels incorporates amenities just like any other tiny house but has a cool sliding roof as the highlight.