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Google SketchUp 3D Drawings

Posted February 20th, 2009 by Michael Janzen and filed in Design

Last night I posted a 3D drawing of Nine Tiny Feet on my primary tiny house design blog. This morning I exported some still images to give you a better idea of what it will look like. I drew this more as practice with Google SketchUp but I was really surprised how nice the drawing came out for a 3D newbie like me.

I won’t repeat myself too much here, you can read the other blog post for more details on this drawing, but the short version is… Nine Tiny Feet is a design concept for a nine square foot self-contained tiny house big enough for one person to live. When I finish building my Tiny Free House I hope to build this house.

It’s not intented to be some kind of low-cost housing. It’s simply and exploration into minimalism and living with less. Enjoy the images. At the bottom of this post is a YouTube video of the 3D model on my screen.











8 Responses to “Google SketchUp 3D Drawings”

  1. [...] much as I do. Below is a video that shows more detail than the image above. I’ve also added 10 screen shots of the 3D drawing to the Nine Tiny Feet project blog if you want to get a better [...]

  2. Scott D says:

    Hey, great concept. I think from a design perspective though, you should not elevate sleeping but have that as the ‘basement’ where you can elevate the normal living space and create your entry on top of the sleeping space. Adding steps for access to the entrance then affords you the ability to lose those weird supports and create more room on the interior. I’m also a fan of your pallet living spaces. Very good! Keep up the creative process.

    • Michael Janzen says:

      Interesting outside the box idea Scott… Let me noodle on that… I’d never considered flipping the design upside down. Thanks!

  3. Jeremiah says:

    If I had to sleep under my “main floor” I fear I’d have the distinct sensation of being buried alive. And I’m not a particularly claustrophobic person.

    I think there’s something intrinsic to our evolutionary development that makes us prefer resting over a main space rather than under it – a more extreme version of our preference for viewing the entrance to a space rather than being seated with our back to it.

    Can’t fight those survival instincts and have a happy home.

    • Michael Janzen says:

      I’ve been considering the under the floor idea actually and can find several logical reasons to sleep over the living space, heat rises so it’s the last place to be warm in the morning snd plumbing often eats up space below a house. I like the out-of-the-box thinking though. Always good to consider ideas. Thanks Jeremiah and Scott!

  4. Ram Ashish says:

    Relly, interesting model.


  5. Hajime Saito says:

    How about sleeping in a hammock? You may also sit on the entrance to the loft and have space for a desk. :)

  6. Frank James says:

    It is an intriguing challenge, and I would like to construct something. Can you tell me your specific window design. There are triangular tops which do not make sense to me. I would think you would want venting.

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