I can only imagine how difficult it is to build a tiny home. Right from setting a budget and picking a floor plan, to buying construction materials and laying the foundation of the micro-dwelling; every step is a challenge in itself. However, there are instances when customers demand the tiny house makers to prepare a shell and do the rest themselves. Phénix tiny house (Phoenix when translated to English) is one such mobile habitat where French tiny house builder Baluchon only manufactured the complete structural frame and left the interior for its owner to customize.
Build on a double-axle trailer, the Phénix tiny house measures 19 feet (approx.) in length. Boasting red cedar cladding with green aluminum cladding, the tiny house features a number of windows that allow light to penetrate inside. A double-glazing door will welcome you inside the house that is light-filled and airy.
According to Baluchon, “The Tiny house Phénix is an achievement out of water out of air. This means that we have manufactured all the structural work as well as the exterior of this achievement. Its owner Sophie will take care of the rest of the site.”
The tiny house has a living room that is equipped with a wood stove which is not shown in the official photographs. Though it’s not mentioned on the tiny house builder website, I’d assume Sophie would accouter the room with a couch or a sofa bed. Adjacent is the kitchen, which could be outfitted with cabinetry and counter space. Nearby is the bathroom which must be outfitted with a shower and a toilet. Above the bathroom is the mezzanine which functions as a bedroom.
“Sophie came to pick up her tiny house at the workshop after obtaining her BE permit. It continues construction in Loire-Atlantique, not far from the ocean. Once completed, the house will become his main habitat,” Baluchon adds.
Designed for big living, the end result turned out to be a beautiful abode on wheels that had Sophie and us in awe!
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