Brian Levy set himself out to design a tiny house and he wanted to create something that was comfortable long-term, sustainable for the environment yet still stylish, and he didn’t want to compromise anywhere. He believed the Minim Home should feel amazing throughout.
The Minim tiny house is an 11′ wide by 22′ long footprint home. It’s a wide load, but Brian’s logic is sound. Most little houses spend most of their time being lived in, not moved. It is still a tiny house on wheels so your home can be towed and moved.
When you go inside you’ll find all of the comforts of home. A kitchen, multifunction table, stools, sofa with room for five people, giant projector screen for entertainment, and a roll out bed (instead of a loft-YES!)
And maybe the best feature: A roll out bed! No loft. Lord have mercy.
A wonderfully large kitchen window allows for lots of natural light.
As a minimalist who likes modern touches I really like the aluminum finishes.
A very practical tiny house floor plan in the Minim. And there is now have an operational production line for the Minim House. The manufactured version of the Minim House is a further refined version of the original. The new Minim can be ordered as a trailer or foundation built structure, and has 265 sq. ft. of usable interior space. Here is a PDF that describes the ordering and build process.
More info at MinimHomes.
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