In the past decade or so the tiny house movement has gained a lot of traction worldwide and New Zealand is no exception. New Zealand’s Build Tiny is responsible for a Tiny house arranged on one level yet packed with amenities and features such as a well-stocked kitchen and a bedroom. Additionally, it also has a living room that opens up to the outside with double glass doors.
This tiny house is named the Piwakawaka and has a total length of 9m (29 feet), which is on the money for New Zealand tiny houses. Compared to the US tiny house it is a little short but is build on a double axel trailer. The tiny house is finished in vinyl and cedar.
One can access the house through a double glass door. The light-filled interior of the house is decked with poplar core plywood. The living area is equipped with seating and wooden shelving. Additionally, a burning stove continuously heats the home and keeps tenants warm.
The aesthetics continue in the bedroom which has generous glazing with decent headroom to stay upright. The tiny house also features a well-stocked kitchen and a bedroom. Moreover, there is enough storage space to keep accessories.
The kitchen is well stocked and includes a breakfast bar for two, cabinetry, a two-burner propane-powered stove, a microwave oven, a pull-out pantry, a sink, a fridge, and a small dishwasher. The kitchen connects to the bathroom, which contains a sink, shower, and composting toilet, as well as some extra storage space and a washing machine.
The Piwakawaka gets power from a standard RV-style hookup but has also been wired ready to accept a solar panel installation at some point in the future. The home was delivered as a turnkey build, ready to move in, including furniture. For more information on price, one can visit the official website of Build Tiny.
Via: NEW ATLAS
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