Tiny House Expedition is the world’s most traveled tiny house. Since filming this story in Vancouver, this intrepid family have put many thousands more miles behind them and now have travelled over 40,000 (64,000km) miles in their 20′ (6m) tiny house on wheels.
In this episode, we feature a very cool/unique tiny house in St. Louis, Missouri- one with a hidden bathtub in the floor! This tiny house is filled with unique features and is surprisingly livable for such a small space. Houses like this have good potential for mass production.
New Georgian brand of mobile cottages Kote.ge, which can be assembled in 25 minutes, will appear on the market from November 30. Initially, only 9 square meter cottages will be sold and the price will be determined according to the customer’s demand. However, the approximate price of the cottages will be GEL 5 000 (USD 1,995). According to the founder of Kote.ge Levan Tkemaladze, it may be possible to offer customers a choice of GEL 4 500.
“House tour, room by room. It has a great design with no wasted space. It is 18′ x 36′ with 18′ ceiling. Low maintenance with no painting metal siding. My wife designed this 15 years ago and my children have lived in it from time to time. We use it as a guest cottage.
“Wintergreen Studios built this eclectic tiny hobbit house / cordwood cabin with a green roof using mostly reclaimed, recycled and local materials, including old cedar fence rails found on the land, ceiling rafters from a local woodlot, recycled glass and mirrors in the walls, and the windows, door and wood stove are reclaimed as well. The slate floor is from an architectural salvage depot in Vermont.”
“With a little paint and some old fashioned curtains you can turn an ordinary little house into a cozy whimsical castle. We loved staying in this place while filming and will take some of the ideas used here home with us!”