We love a good hobbit house and so it’s not a surprise that this next tiny house won our hearts instantly with his ivy and moss covered exterior and the iconic round door with gorgeous carvings. It’s an unbelievable home that you truly have to see to believe!
The stark honesty of Hiroshima-born and -based 38-year-old architect Keisuke Maeda's work is breathtaking. The Pit House residence he designed for a client in Okayama, Japan, is a startling steel-structured 138 square-meter (1487 sq.ft.) 'cave' that was built into the hillside site, yet it allows the residents 360-degree views of the surrounding area and its buildings. This is achieved by mounting the above-the-surface part of the structure on 50 branch-like poles, creating a surround…
If you're thinking of building a guest house on your property, we have just the thing. With more and more recycled materials being used to create new living spaces, it's easier to construct guest quarters on your own time. You may have seen shipping containers or school buses used
Yurts have come a long way from their East Asian origins. A spiral staircase is the perfect accent to yurt living. Not only would it save precious space but with @paragonstairs you can customize your spiral to match your yurt style perfectly! Check out our selection or build your own custom spiral staircase today! #spiralstaircase #yurt #custom #tinyhome #staircase #homedesign #tinyliving #decorideas #style #design #renovation #homereno