When looking for a new place to call home, there are several factors that you probably take into consideration. For example, comfort is more than likely a major element as well as the cost and/or location. Small houses can offer you a snug residence that’s usually quite affordable, and even if you’re not thinking about moving or buying a place anytime soon, they can still be quite delightful to look at! For example, check out this cozy tiny home that even helped the owner reduce her footprint on Earth:
This 664-square foot small residence was created by the award-winning Oregon firm Carlos Delgado Architect.
The two-level home was originally confined to a 357-square feet footprint and constrained by a number of factors such as lot size, solar shading, and flood elevation. It offers natural heat transmittance and features only a single 30,000 Btu natural gas stove.
There’s plenty of space for about 3 or 4 residents to live comfortably, as well as a patio and hot tub outside for the ultimate relaxation! Staying cool during the hot summer is also possible from all of the windows throughout the house and ceiling fans that allow perfect air flow.
With its living area on the lower level, natural heat can easily flow up the stairwell and percolate through the interior awning windows, all the way into the master bedroom.
Completed at 664 square feet, this small place’s interior and exterior design are both quite dreamy and could make anyone feel right at home in no time.