Petite maison en forme de cabine isolée avec du chanvre, du coton et du linavril 19, 2020
French design firm, Tiny House Baluchon has just unveiled a beautiful tiny home on wheels that screams cabin charm. Clad in a warm red cedar exterior, the Mogote is topped with a cool azure blue aluminum roof. The interior space is kept nice and toasty thanks to its natural insulation, made of cotton, linen and hemp.
Just under 20 feet long, the gorgeous tiny home on wheels has two glass doors that lead into the interior. The living space is light and airy, with lightly-hued spruce panels. Exposed wooden beams add a strong cabin vibe throughout the main space.
The sliding glass doors open up to the main living area, which has enough space for a fold-out sofa that sleeps two. Next to the sofa is a spruce and oak kitchen that is fully equipped for whipping up some tasty meals. Multiple shelves and cabinetry help keep the space clutter-free. Across from the kitchen, a dinette set comfortably seats three people and can be folded down when not in use.
Also located on the bottom floor is the bathroom, which is equipped with a stand-up shower, dry toilet and a small cabinet with a small black sink. For such a tiny space, the bathroom also boasts some enviable storage.
The design’s dual-pitched roofs were a strategic decision to provide a large sleeping loft for the Mogote. Accessed by a ladder that can be positioned flat to save space, the bedroom has plenty of room for a double bed. Additionally, the extended mezzanine space was used to install two large custom-made bookcases, that, once again, help keep the compact space neat and tidy.
Via New Atlas
Images via Tiny House Baluchon