I posted a new version of Nine Tiny Feet on Tiny House Design last night. I’ve been getting some great comments all day that make me think I should make this nine square foot house even more light-weight. Some people even suggested making it light enough to be towed by a bicycle.
I’m also rethinking the rain water collection and soil box due to the added weight these two systems could add. Although I don’t want to give up on the added self-sufficiency these features add. I’ll have to noodle over that and weight the pros and cons.
For all the details on this new variation take a look at the post on Tiny House Design. Below are some semi-transparent images you won’t find on the other blog.
Now go take a look at the detailed description of this design variation.
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.