Amazing FOLDING Tiny House Built with Reclaimed Materials – Full Tour

Today we’re taking a of this really unique 15 foot long tiny with ! The are actually two swinging bump-outs that can be opened when the tiny house is parked, and they widen the from 8.5 feet to 12 feet wide, so it becomes almost square. It’s built with nearly 100% recycled and reclaimed , and the beautiful woodwork – including custom doors and – was all lovingly handcrafted by Nick and his friend Jay on in BC.

Thank you so much for watching!

Mat & Danielle

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Editing Credits:
Mat and Danielle of Exploring Alternatives

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Mat of Exploring Alternatives

20 Comments

  1. Excellent simple engineering on the winged bumpouts! A simple small frames gabled tarping could be designed for a temporary mobile outhouse of sorts for situations on the road when you are not near a shared bath-house situation. I’ve lived in communities operating woodland retreat centers where almost all cabins shared two or three bath-houses. Easily coped with.

  2. This is my favourite tiny home so far after years of looking at them. I’m not a wannabe I do have a tiny home on wheels which I have loved for the last twenty years. I do have a problem though, sooner or later she’ll not pass the MOT and then what will I do. I would love to put her on blocks on a tiny piece of land and see my days out there because she is part of me and she has seen me through some bad times. As a home, she has never let me down once.

  3. This is one of the most unique one tiny house I have ever watched. For me its better to live in this tiny space rather than paying monthly bills for an apartment its quite expensive. Here and you are living close to mother nature and there is peace and calmness.

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