Unlike its name, tiny living does not necessarily mean sacrificing living space. Builders across the globe are head bent at utilizing every inch judiciously to nullify the preconceived notion. They use the latest technology, utilize space to the fullest, and employ indigenous ways to ramp up storage in every build. Case in point, Uber Tiny Homes in Australia. The mini house company has launched the Pequeno tiny house that’s stacked up with the most modern amenities and a layout tailored for a nomad workaholic.
Measuring 19.8 feet long and 8.2 feet wide, the Pequeno displays the most viable configuration for a house on wheels. Its exterior is framed with high-quality SIP panel construction. Users have a choice to select between the architectural grade metal siding or hardwood finish comprising weathertex or cedar.
A folding door opens up straight into the compact, but well-knit galley kitchen well prepared with a cooktop, an oven, a sink, and a full-fledged vintage fridge. A warm and inviting dining/lounge area sits nestled at one end of the house. The lounge features a U-shaped couch and a removable square table.
At the opposite end, on the same floor, is the bathroom of the tiny house. It has a roomy glass shower stall, toilet, and vanity in a compact but fully-functional space adorned with a window.
Uber Tiny Homes’ Pequeno has a storage staircase that runs adjacent to the kitchen and can be used as a pantry or for storing clothes and other supplies. The stairs lead you to a conveniently laid-out loft. The smartly split loft manages to segregate both a master bedroom and an office.
The bedroom with a queen-size bed has a full-height walkway, while the spacious office has windows on either side for natural light and momentary distraction. A tiny adorable closet is modeled in the dividing portion of the loft, while the office boasts neatly accommodates a chair and a generous work desk.
Uber Tiny Homes is selling a Pequeno for AUD$145,000. You can reach out to the company for additional pricing options and availability.
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