31 August 2017

The Millennial Tiny House Stands out from the Crowd

The Millennial tiny house on wheels manages to stand out from the crowd with some clever design. The house seems open and light which packs in many features similar to a full size house. Space is achieved in this 7.2 x 2.4m tiny house with features like retractable stairs.

Gina Stevens designed and built the house with brother in law builder Jason. At time of writing there are two models available the Millennial and the cheaper Boomer, this post focuses on the former. The full build will set you back a touch over $120K with cheaper partial build options available.

If you want to experience living in a tiny house in NZ the The Millennial is on Airbnb.

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Access to the office is via rung stairs

The gully kitchen is large with full sized appliances. 

The space saving stairs pull out from the HPL poplar plywood cabinetry for access to the sleeping loft.

Clever storage accessed through floor, plus plenty of other options to hide your minimal stuff. 

Open and clear sleeping area that accommodates any sized bed up to super king with airing slats integrated into the floor.

The bathroom offers full sized shower and vanity, plus compositing toilet.
Included is an eco washing machine built into the space defined by the stairs.

The office space offers seating with your feet extending down into the kitchen area. This area could also be used for sleeping or storage.

Colour steel cladding reduces maintenance and weight. Aluminium double glazed windows and doors are tinted for privacy and warmth. 

The utility cupboard houses gas bottles, switchboard and room for solar if installed. Gas califont supplies hot water.

The structure is made from roll formed steel framing with earthwool insulation in walls and polystyrene in the floor. 

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